of mice and men- final assignment
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Carlson comes in to the room with George and Candy and starts telling Candy that his dog is useless and should kill it. Candy gets very upset, although he knows this is true that he is very old. He has had him for so long they are now best friends and can't think of the though of him dying.
"Why'n't you shoots him, Candy?" (p.44)
"I had him so long. Had him since he was a pup. I herded sheep with him." (p.44)
Lennie and Curley get into a fight and at first Lennie didn't know what to do because he doesn't know about his strength. George then tells him to fight him back and Lennie ends up crushing all the bones in Curley's hand. Lennie felt so bad but George tells him it's not his fault because he was just following the directions that he gave.
"I didn't want no trouble." (p.65)
1. "Lennie was jus' scairt, He didn't know what to do." (p.65)
2. "It ain't your fault, You don't need to be scairt no more. You done jus' what i tol' you to." (p.65)
"Come on now. Carlson's gonna take you to a doctor." (p.65)
"Guys like us got no family...they ain't got nobody in the worl' that gives a hoot in hell about 'em" (p.104)
Lennie is sitting by the pool thinking about all the guilt he has now for killing the wife. When George shows up Lennie wants him to tell him all about their dream. George struggles saying this becasue he knows his best friend has to die and they will never be able to accomplish their dream.
"But not us."... "An' I got you. We got each other, that's what that gives a hoot in hell about us." (p.104)
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