Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men
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  • In chapter 1, it shows George getting furious at Lennie for carrying a dead mouse. It relates to friendship because it shows that George knows whats best for Lennie and carrying a dead mouse is not sanitary. 
  • "Uh-uh. Jus' a dead mouse, George. I didn't kill it."
  • "A mouse? A live mouse?"
  • "He can talk if he wants to tell you anything." 
  • In chapter 2, it shows George and Lennie arguing with Curley because Curley doesn't like tall guys and enjoys starting fights. George told Lennie to not say a word and to stay out of trouble.
  • "An' you won't let the big guy talk, is that it?"
  • In chapter 3, It shows Slim and George talking about Lennie. George comes clean to Slim about Lennie and what happened in Weed.  This shows friendship because although he just met Slim, Slim was a great listener and trustworthy.
  • "He ain't no cuckoo, he's dumb as hell, but he ain't crazy."
  • "It jus' seems kinda funny a cuckoo like him and a smart guy like you travelin' together
  • In chapter 4, Lennie makes a new friend who he can relate to, like being instructed to do things. This represents starting a new friendship with someone you actually have a lot in common with.
  • "You're nuts, You're crazy as a wedge. What rabbits you talking' about?"
  • "Bout the rabbits!"
  • In chapter 5, Curley's wife tries to talk to Lennie since she can barely talk too anyone but Curley. This relates to friendship because even though she married Curley, there's a part of her that still shows kindness.
  • "Well, I ain't supposed to talk to you or nothing."
  • "Why can't I talk to you? I never get to talk to nobody. I get awful lonely."
  • In chapter 6, it shows George pointing a gun a Lennie while distracting him to look  down across the river. This shows friendship because even though they were best buds, George talks to Lennie about their dreams one last time.
  • "No Lennie. Look down there across the river, like you can almost see theplace."
  • "Go on George. When we gonna do it? "Gonna do it soon." "Me an' you?"
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