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  • Ch.1 The Rabbits
  • Would I be able to tend the rabbits George?
  • Would I be able to tend the rabbits George?
  • Ch.1 "Liv' off the fatta of the land"
  • Would I be able to tend the rabbits George?
  • Would I be able to tend the rabbits George?
  • "We're going to live off the fatta of the land George."
  • Ch.2 The bunkhouse
  • I don't like it here George.
  • Symbolism: Lennie's rabbits represents dreams. HE is constantly afraid of getting into trouble and losing out on his dreams of tending the rabbits.
  • Ch.2 Candy's old dog
  • "He isn't that old."
  • I don't like it here George.
  • Symbolism: The dream of Lennie and George are to work hard and save up enough to get land and a nice house. This dream is a big movement in this novel Of Mice and Men.
  • Ch.3 George tells Slim about Lennie
  • Symbolism: The bunkhouse shows the cruel world of reality. Lennie and George both feel that the Bunkhouse isn't safe and it doesn't feel like home.
  • Ch.3 Slim gives Lennie a puppy
  • Symbolism: Candy's dog symbolizes that when they grow old or when they can't work anymore they will have to die or will have to quite their job. It shows that people don't care about friendship and everyone is selfish and doesn't care about anyone else.
  • Symbolism:When George tells Slim about Lennie he feels comfortable and thinks that Slim could be a good friend and that symbolizes trust.
  • Symbolism:When Slim gives Lennie a puppy for his hard work this helps George and Slim to become better friends. It shows that Slim really likes Lennie and George.
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