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Friendship is portrayed in chapter one by george looking out for lennie. He tells him how he shouldn't drink from still water and also keeps him away from dead animals which were the dead mice. It as almost if George is guiding Lennie's through him life, trying to help Lennie's avoid any obstacles.
In chapter one, one major symbol we found is the rabbits. We found that the rabbits symbolize hope for Lennie and George. To Lennie, the rabbits mean a bright future and a better life. The scene we chose was when George was describing there future at the rabbit farm around the fire they built while they ate plain beans with no ketchup.
In chapter 1, we were introduced to Lennie who is a large child like immigrant worker. He is immediately represented as a gentle, oblivious person who means no harm. When he is first introduced into the story, he portrays a sort of innocence throughout the chapter. Him and George share a dream of living on a rabbit farm and not having to deal with the harsh cruel ways on jumping from ranch to ranch.
Friendship was portrayed in chapter two by George being extra cautious around the new men in the bunk house. he also made sure that Lennie didn't say anything that George didn't approve of. he kept Lennie safe from the other men finding out of his condition and them taking advantage of him.
in chapter two, one major symbol we found was the playing cards the George was setting up to play a game of sloitare by himself. we found the cards to be a syblol if starting a new chater. each time george set up a new hand to play, it was almost as if he was telling another chapter in their lives. The scene we chose was when George was playing solitaire alone in the bunk house.
in chapter 2 we are introduced to Candy who is also the old swamper. in this chapter, he is portrayed as an inderstanding, powerless old fellow. Scared of losing his youthfulness, he joins in on lennie and georges farm dream and offers his entire life savings to make it come true.
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