But not us!!!!! An why? Cuz I got you to look after me and you got me to look after you
Individuals duty to others.
I didn't mean any harm..Can I still tend the rabbits?
You didn't to anything wrong.
He had it comin
I didn't wanna hurt him
In this scene, George and Lennie are outside sitting by a fire eating beans. Lennie asks George to tell him how they are different from the other ranch hands. While George is telling the story he interrupts and says it's because "I got you to look after me and you got me to look after you." Steinbeck uses this to answer the essential question by showing us that you can depend on true friends. The author want us to understand that friendship is a relationship where you are dependable on one another.
In this scene, after Lennie broke curley's hand. Lennie thinks he is going to be in trouble and won't be able to tend the rabbits. He tells George that he didn't mean any harm, and George says he didn't do anything wrong. Stienbeck uses this to answer the question by showing a individuals duty to others means being able to forgive. The author wants us to be able to have forgivness for others.
In this scene, Curley thought that Lennie was laughing at him. So he gets really mad and starts to beat him up. Lennie didn't know how to defend himself so he just held onto curley's hand, and Lennie doesn't know his own strength so he ended up breaking Curley's hand. Lennie didn't realize what he did, he didn't mean to. But slim says that he had it coming. Steinbeck uses this to answer the esstiental question by showing us that even if someone makes a mistake by accident it's okay to feel for them.