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  • Symbol: The mouse
  • Character: Lennie
  • Theme: Relationships
  • In chapter one, Lennie is carrying around a dead mouse in his pocket. the symbolism of this shows that Lennie is childlike and he doesn't know right from wrong. The mouse also shows us that Lennie isn't knowledgable when it comes to death.
  • Symbol: Dark & Light
  • Lennie is established as a docile, easily confused character. Many of his characteristics reflect those of a young child or someone with a disability. These definitive characteristics make Lennnie reliant on others while completing day to day tasks.
  • Character: George
  • The relationships created between people can forever shape their lives, for good or for bad. The interactions between Lennie and George are crucial in establishing a story-line chapter one. If they were to lose one another it would directly effect the course of both their lives. The way Lennie relies on George when it comes to decisions as well as behavioral guidance, shows they need eachother.
  • Theme
  • In chapter one the reader is introduced to a pleasant, bright and uplifting setting. As we enter chapter two the setting is darker, Lennie and George transition from the light of the forest to the dark and dingy bunkhouse. This change in atmosphere is often a symbol or a sign to alert the reader of the sort of events to come. Light or Dark..
  • George is the character in the story that we find ourselves often sympathizing for. He carries the responsibly of not only himself, but of Lennie. He seems to be portrayed as the main character, as the story follows the life and times of the two as a pair. Although he spends most of his life with a constant annoyance; he remains relatively calm but has a temper when pushed.
  • The theme comes out again in chapter two. When Lennie and George are asked about their work history and skills, george answers for lennie. This relationship is special because George knew to interact for Lennie without being told.
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