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Adelaide Faucette - Of Mice and Men Project
Updated: 10/18/2020
Adelaide Faucette - Of Mice and Men Project
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  • Friendship
  • George is going to let me tend the rabbits....
  • Yes Lennie do the right thing.
  • Loneliness
  • Hey boys.....
  • Dreams
  • And And I can tend the rabbits right George?
  • We'll have a house and tons of land. We'll have animals too.
  • This is one of the many scenes that shows the friendship theme. The main friendship is between George and Lennie because of how they are always together. Their friendship is different from other men and they are very close. This is how this scene represents friendship.
  • Companionship
  • Nothing Nothing at all
  • And what do you say if they talk to you?
  • This is a scene in the novel that represents loneliness. This shows loneliness because Curley's wife flirts with all the men that work for Curley. She does this because she is lonely and really has no one. That is how this scene in the novel represents loneliness.
  • Powerlessness
  • Then George wouldn't let me tend the rabbits
  • This scene in the novel represents Dreams. This shows the theme of dreams because Lennie and George always had a dream to have a farm with lots of land. Lennie always dreamed about tending the rabbits.
  • Barriers
  • I can't come in no bunkhouse
  • This is a scene in the novel that represents companionship. In this novel, the only true friendship is between Lennie and George. A lot of people do not understand their relationship. This represents the theme of companionship because it shows the meaningful relationship between Lennie and George. That is how this scene in the story represents powerlessness
  • This is a scene in the novel that represents powerlessness. This represents this because it shows how much power Curley's wife has over Lennie and threatens to use it. Curley's wife gets too loud and Lennie is afraid George will find out that he was with her and not let him tend the rabbits. This is when Curley's wife says that she can get him rung up. That is how this scene in the story represents powerlessness.
  • I can get you rung up if you don't do what I say.
  • This scene in the novel represents barriers. This represents barriers because Crooks is not allowed in the bunkhouse. The reason he is not allowed in there is because of his race. In this part, in the book Lennie goes to Crooks barn and starts talking to him when he is not supposed to be in there.
  • The guys are playing cards. Wanna come and play?
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