Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men
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  • Chapter 1            
  • An' live off the fatta the lan'. An' rabbits. Tell me George tell me 
  • We will have a vegetable garden, rabbits, chickens, built a fire when cold and other things too. 
  • Chapter 2
  • Lennie, I am going to ask about the pup ok?
  • Ok, George. I can wait for the pup. 
  • Chapter 3
  • We are going to get the fat of the land and the rabbits. 
  • In this chapter,this takes place when George and lennie are by the campfire, it is nighttime and they are trying to sleep. In this, it shows that George and Lennie are talking about what their dreams were and how they are going to get it. Like how they want rabbits, land, vegetables, animals and other things too. This showed how determined George and Lennie was. 
  • Chapter 4
  • In this Chapter, this takes place where Slim, George then later Lennie, and is when George and Slim are playing cards.In this, shows that Lennie wants a pup and this will help him to tell Lennie that will help him to prove that he can tend the rabbits. This is also a proof that this is a step to the right direction.  
  • Chapter 5
  • Why did you have to die, now George will not let me tend to the rabbits now. 
  • In this chapter, this takes place in a room where they want to talk about there plans and stuff. This is also talking about what they want to do with the money that they have and what they are going to get. 
  • Chapter 6
  • You will tend the rabbits and we will live off the fat of the land. 
  • This scene shows that Candy and Lennie are in Crooks room. Thus, Candy was complaing that they are going to leave and going to tend the rabbits. Crooks also wants to help and what about the money.  
  • In this chapter, it is set where the barn was and where the puppys were also there. These is when Lennie killed the puppy and starts to get mad saying he can not tend to the rabbits because he killed his puppy. Thus, his dreams of taking care of the rabbits were disppearing. 
  • In this scene, George and Lennie are in the brush. George is talking to Lennie and he is talking to him about his dreams to tend the rabbit and to get a fat of the land. Then after that, he shot Lennie  in the head so that he can feel happy and beleive his dream to the end. 
  • I get to tend to the rabbits, right george? 
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