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I am not suppose to talk to you but do you want to see my dead pup.
I'm not concerned about the pup but want attend to the rabbits.
Don't worry it wus a mutt.
We are going to get rabbits, and more rabbits.
I was going to become a actress but my mother didn't allow me to go.
Don't you think of nothing but rabbits.
As usual, the temptress figure, Curley's wife, shows up at a moment of weakness for Lennie. Although Lennie tells her that he is not supposed to talk to her, he eventually gives in and shows her the dead puppy.
Curley's wife tries to reassure him, saying, '''Don't you worry none. He was jus' a mutt. You can get another one easy. The whole country is fulla mutts.''' Lennie explains that he is not concerned about losing the puppy as much as George not letting him tend the rabbits. Curley's wife tells Lennie her story, which is the first time we are given an image of her that is not despicable.
She tells Lennie how she was going to become an actress in Hollywood, and that she would have been if her mother had not stolen all her mail that contained her acting offers. She confides in Lennie that she married Curley to get away from her mother, but that she does not even like Curley. Throughout Curley's wife's speech, Lennie keeps thinking and talking about the rabbits, which irritates Curley's wife and she angrily says, '''Don't you think of nothing but rabbits?'''
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