Of Mice and Men

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  • “Give it here!” 
  • "I didn’ kill it. Honest! Ifound it. I found it dead.”
  • “Bus driver give us a bumsteer,”. “We hadda walk ten miles."
  • “Well, I had to send out the grain teams short two buckers. Won’t do any good to go out now till after dinner.”
  • Hi I'm Lennie I'm George nice to meet you
  • I'm Candy nice to meet you Crooks, nice to meet you Hi I'm Carlson 
  • George and Lennie are on their way to their new job on a ranch when a mouse runs across the road. Lennie picks it up and accidentally kills it by his hard touch. Lennie does not know his own strength due to his mental disability. George then explains to Lennie that if they were to get into trouble then they were to met back here and wait for the other to arrive. The mouse symbolizes Lennie's innocence
  • "That dog of Candy’s is so God damn old he can’t hardly walk. Stinks like hell, too."
  • “Don’t you goyellin’,”
  • George and Lennie arrive at their new job to find a very disgruntled boss. Lennie and George were a day late than expected, George blames this on the bus driver who he claims dropped them off too far away from the ranch. George and Lennie don't get off on the right foot at their new job. 
  • “You let go!”
  • George and Lennie then meet the farmhands on the ranch. Candy, who is an old handyman with only one hand. He becomes George and Lennie's closest friend on the farm. Crooks is the only black farmhand and also become friends of Geroge and Lennie. Carlson also becomes close to George and Lennie and helps them out while working. 
  • “No, Lennie. I ain’t mad. I never been mad, an’ I ain’t now. That’s a thing I want ya to know.” 
  • “I thought you was mad at me, George.”
  • Candy's once powerful sheep herding dog had just given birth to puppies and is on the verge of death. Carlson offers to shoot the dog to put it out of its misery but Candy refuses. After a little convincing, Candy agrees to put down the dog. This event foreshadows what happens later on in the story. The dog is also a symbol of the people during the Great depression, only the strong survive. 
  • Lennie has a confrontation with his bosses son ,Curley,'s wife. She has a bad reputation of the ranch flirt and often messes around with all of the farmhands. Lennie stroke's her hair aggressively which frightens Curley's wife. Lennie, not knowing what to do garbs her neck and accidentally strangles her. Not knowing what to do, Lennie flees to the spot where George said to meet if he was ever in trouble. This represents the theme of human nature. 
  • The word gets out around the ranch what happened. A mob is formed of farmhands and Curley, who already hates Lennie. George, watching all of this go down, grabs Carlson's shotgun and sets out to the meeting place. When he arrives he finds Lennie. Lennie is calm and collected. He asks George to describe to him what their farm will look like when they have the money to buy it, which will never actually happens. This shows the impossibility of the american dream. George begins to explain the details of the farm but soon after shoots Lennie in the back of the head. Killing him and saving him from the torture of the mob that is after him
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