Don´t have us fired, or you will be made the laughingstock of the ranch
Ok Ok. I promise to say that my hand got caught in a machine
In this scene, Carlson is shooting candy´s dog. This shows how the theme of mice and men is showed in the book. This shows the theme which is ¨The Predatory Nature of Human Existence¨ by showing a part where candy´ś is being put down.
I can't go out of my room because of my color.
How come you can't come out and hang out with the rest of us
In this scene Lennie and George are at the pond. Lennie is thirsty and stops to have a drink. Meanwhile, George thinks the water looks scummy and he tells Lennie not to drink too much because he could get sick.
The KIlling of Curley's Wife
Shhhhh!!!! Or George won't let me tend the rabbits
In this scene, Lennie has broken Curley´s hand and George and Lennie tell Curley to tell them that he got his hand stuck in a machine and if he says anything the whole ranch will laugh at him. So he promises to say he got his hand caught in a mchine in order to not get George and Lennie fired.
The Killing of Lennie at the Pond
George George can you talk about the dream?
In this scene, crooks at first dosen't want Lennie to come into his room because he is the victim of both racism and segregation, he reacts negatively when Lennie wants to come into his room in the barn, But eventually he will let Lennie in the room and they talk about their lives.
In this scene, Lennie kills Curley's wife by shaking her so hard that her neck breaks. He does not kill her on purpose. He is only shaking her like that because he wants her to stop yelling. She is yelling because he is holding on to her hair and won't let go.
Let me go!!!!
In this scene, George kills Lennie to spare him from a painful death at the hands of the mob. When the men on the farm discover that Lennie has killed Curley''s wife, they set out to find him. George knows Curley will not care that Lennie's actions were unintentional and decides to give Lennie a quick and merciful death to spare him from the suffering he would endure if left to Curley and the other farmhands.
So were gonna live off the fatta the land and have rabbits and etc...