Of Mice and Men chpt 1-2

Of Mice and Men chpt 1-2
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Of mice and men chapters 1 through 3

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  • Character: Lennie
  • Symbol: Mouse
  • Theme: Friendship
  • Chapter 1: Lennie is portrayed as having the mind of a child but the body of a very large, strong man. He means no harm to others but not realizing his own strength leads him into some dangerous situations.
  • Character: Slim
  • Chapter1 : The mouse is an important symbol because Lennie did not mean to kill it. It could represent Georges dreams being killed by Lennie's innocence, or foreshadowing what is to come.
  • Symbol: Cards
  • Chapter 1: George and Lennie's friendship is established in chapter one as being a long and enduring one. Although George express's that he could achieve many things without Lennie, they have each other, something not too many workers at that time had.
  • Theme: Friendship
  • Chapter 2 : Slim is portrayed as the best of the best. A Rancher by day, and ladies man by night. A true skinner. He did his job well and was respected by every other rancher there. His word was law.
  • Chapter 2: The cards that George lays out to play solitaire represents him being introverted towards the conversations and on goings between the others at the ranch. George lays them out specifically so he doesn't have to bother with the others.
  • Chapter 2: When Lennie and George arrived at the ranch they became friends with Slim and a few of the other bunk mates. However they also figured out pretty quickly that Curley and his wife were not the kind of people they wanted to get involved with.
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