"An' live off the fatta the land...an' have rabbits"
Chapter 2 - Friendship
"I wasn't listenin'. I was jus' standin' in the shade a minute scratchin' my dog. i jus' now finished swampin' out the wash house."
Chapter 3 - Violence
"He's all stiff with rheumatism. He ain't no good to you, Candy. An' he ain't no good to himself. Why'n't you shoot him, Candy?"
This quote relates to the theme of HOPE because Lennie is hopeful for the future ranch they are planning to get. This shows us that Lennie's hopes that they actually gets the ranch and would want to go live with them.
Chapter 4 - Discrimination
"Well, I got a right to have a light. You go on get outta my room. I ain't wanted in the bunkhouse, and you ain't wanted in my room."
This quote relates to the theme of FRIENDSHIP because Candy's relationship with his dog is a lot like George's relationship with Lennie. They both care for things that other people can't appreciate.
Chapter 5 - loneliness
Why can't I talk to you? I never get to talk to nobody. I get awful lonely."
This quote related to the theme of VIOLENCE because Carlson shot Candy's dog and this is because he is old and that he can barely walk and that it smelt bad. Candy is reluctant to allow Carlson to shoot his dog.
Chapter 6 - Death
"No, Lennie. I ain't mad. I never been mad, an' I ain't now. That's a thing I want ya to know."
This quote relates to the theme of DISCRIMINATION because Crooks is not allowed to go into the bunkhouse because he is black and he is isolated by the people in the ranch.
This quote relates to the theme of LONELINESS because Curley's wife is lonely and talks to Lennie about it and talks to him about her past and hoe famous he could've gotten.
This quote relates to the theme of DEATH because George kills Lennie because he doesn't want Lennie to be suffered by people in the ranch because he killed Curley's wife.