"You don't say a word in front of the boss tomorrow you hear me?"
"I aint gonna say nothing George, honest."
Lennie give me the mouse!
No, I like petting soft things like this.I don't care if it's dead or alive
Let go of me!-Curley
Let go of em Lennie!
In the exposition, George and Lennie arrive at the clearing by the stream. They are going to work at a new ranch because they had to leave there old one in Weed. But they are going to camp out there for the night.
I've done something real bad, I gotta go!
Shhhhhh, George can't hear ya screaming!
In this complicating incident we see Lennie sitting there crying holding a dead mouse. George is very confused because he wants to know why Lennie is holding a dead mouse in the first place. This is definitely the first time we saw conflict in the story.
George would never do that, we are partners!
One of the many rising actions was the flight in the bunkhouse, I tried to illustrate that as best as possible but it did not work out to well. But basically Curley wanted to fight Lennie and then he did so Lennie fought back, and now Curleys hand is crushed.
Just keep looking forward, and talk about our future.
The climax of this story is definitely when Curleys wife dies, she does in such a tragic way. Lennie was asked by her to feel how soft his hair was, but when he did so , he grabbed on and wouldn't let go.
AHHHHHHHHget off my hair!!!!
Lennie starts having hallucinations in the falling actions . He starts to see a rabbit talk, but with his voice, telling him all sorts of mean stuff. That George will leave him, that he's nothing, and a bunch of other things.
How could you every think George would stay with you, he is gone!
The last scene in the the book, is when George killed Lennie, we call this scene the resolution. Because Lennie like Curleys wife he needed to be killed as well, so George decided to do it.
Ok George we are going to have everything there...