" An ' live off the fatta the land ... an' have rabbits " (14)
charter 2 :friendship
i told his old lady i'd take care of him " (22)
CHAPTER 3 :VIOLENCE
" come on ya , big bastard . Get up on your feet. no big son- of-a-bitch is gonna laugh at me . ill show you " (62)
This quote relates to the theme of hope because George and Lennie that they will have land to live in. This shows us that Lennie has hope George giving buy land for Lennie and Him could live on. Throughout the book , this hope keeps Lennie going .
chapter 4 : discrimination
"listen , nigger !! ,she " you know what i can do to you if you open your trap " (73)
This quote relates to the theme of friendship because George cares about Lennie no matter what . This shows us that George really cares about Lennie . He wanted Lennie to be a good work and good friend.
chapter 5 : loneliness
" i get lonely . she said you can talk to people but i cant talk to nobody but Curley ( 81 )
This quote relates to the theme of violence because Curley hurts everyone. This shows us that Curley doesn't like when people be laughing at him. throughout the book , Curley is so bossy to the workers on the ranch .
chapter 6 : death
He reach in his side pocket and brought out Carlson's luger , she snapped off the Sand the gun the hand lay on the grounded behined lennie's head ( 105)
This qoute relates to the theme of discrimination because Curley's wife dislike people of color. This shows us that Curley's wife is discrimination crooks because he was talking back to her .
This quote relates to the theme of loneliness because Curley doesn't like his wife talking to other men. This shows us that Curley's wife can't talk to other men on the ranch .Curley will be mad.
This qoute relates to the theme of death because George has to kill Lennie and he can't harm other people .This shows us that George had to shoot Lennie on head cause the people on ranch were looking for him . Curley wants Lennie died