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  • Chapter 1: Hope
  • "An live off the fatta the lan' Lennie shouted."
  •  Chapter 2: Friendship
  • " He is my cousin."
  • Chapter 3: Violence
  • "Get him, Lennie!"
  • 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.
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