"An' live off the fatta the lan',... An' have rabbits." (14)
Chapter 3: Determined
"If you want me to, I'll put the old devil out of his misery right now and get it over with. Ain't nothing left for him. Can't eat, can't see, can't even walk without hurtin'." (47)
The theme of this chapter is Hope and it develops throughout the chapter when Lennie says that they are going to live of some land. Also When Lennie says he is going to have rabbits.
Chapter 4: Discrimination
Chapter 5: Sadness
"Why do you got to get killed."
"You can talk to people, but I can't talk to anybody but Curley. Else he gets mad."
AI think the theme of this chapter is determined. I think this because Candy was determined that Carlson wanted to get rid of his dog. Also because George was determined that people thought that Lennie was a weak guy.
The theme of this chapter which is Sadness develops throughout the chapter because Lennie had killed a baby pup. Also it develops when Curley's wife talks about her problems like how she can't talk to anybody besides her husband Curley.