"An' live off the fatta the land...an' have rabbits" (14)
Chapter 2 Friendship
"I'm scared. You gonna have trouble with Curley guy." (29)
Chapter 3 Violence
"I would of had to drowned most of 'em anyways." (38)
This quote relates to the theme of hope because Lennie still holds on to the thought of owning land. This shows us that Lennie never gives up on the thought of living the "good life".
Chapter 4 Discrimination
This quote relates to the theme of hope because George always looks out for Lennie no matter what. He worries about certain people that would get Lennie in trouble. This shows us that George always got Lennie's back and makes sure he hangs out with the right people. As well as make sure he doesnt get into trouble.
Chapter 5 Loneliness
"You can talk to people , but I can't talk to nobody but Curley. Else he gets mad. How'd you like not to talk to anybody?" (87)
This quote relates to violence because it shows Slim had already drowned most of the pups anyways. This shows us that Slim could care less about something as violent as this.
Chapter 6 Death
"Lennie jarred, and then settled slowly forward to the sand, and he lay without quivering." (106)
"They play cards in there, but I can't play because I'm black. They say I stink." (68)
This quote relates to the theme discrimination because the white men don't let Crooks do anything with them because he is black. This shows us that Crooks knows very well why they do and say those things and is used to it now.
This quote relates to the theme loneliness because Curley's wife can't just talk to anyone she wants to. This shows us what Curleys wife has to go through after being married to him. That her freedom has basically been ripped away from her.
This quote relates to the theme death because this is the scene where Lennie was shot and killed. This shows us that George had done a "favor" or killing Lennie because the men would have tortured him so George took him out quick.