OF mice and men
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Exposition: Sets scene for relationship; they're about to go to the ranch.
Inciting Incident: Curley gets riled up by Lennie and gets super annoyed. They also meet the other characters in the story. This starts the action and sets up the future conflicts.
Rising Action: This is rising action and foreshadowing of what's going to happen to George and Lennie. Candy and his dog mirrored their relationship and this shows where his dog is being shot
Le's do it now. Le's get that place now George!
Climax: Lennie kills Curley's Wife. This shows how inevitable it was for Lennie to lose control and how things finally got way out of hand.
Falling Action: They find Curley's dead wife and Curley is infuriated and plans on killing Lennie. George is discouraged and it's a known fact that the dream has been ruined.
Resolution: George shoots Lennie out of mercy because he knows Curley will torture him. He's putting him out of his misery because he knows things will end badly for Lennie. This ties up all the loose ends
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