This quote shows that they have hope to make it to the ranch. They both think they have hope to live in on the fatta the lan.
Chapter 4: Discrimination
"Cause I'm black. They play cards in there, but I can't play because I'm black."
This shows that Lennie and George are great friends and that George said Lennie was his cousin so that he can stay in the ranch with George.
Chapter 5: Loneliness
"I get lonely here."
Curley just wanted to beat Lennie up for some dumb reason. Lennie fought back and turned into a big violent fight.
Chapter 6: Death
" The crash of the shot rolled up the hillsand rolled down again."
This quote shows discrimination because the other workers in the ranch won't let Crooks play along with them. The white workers said he smelled bad. They also said he was a negro, that's why they don't him play cards with them.
Crooks explains to Lennie the effects of loneliness. This passage highlights the need of companionship and the oppressive nature of Crook's society.
George made the decision to kill Lennie because he caused too much trouble. He ended up shooting him and Lennie died.