Why don´t you shoot your dog Candy, he smells and hes old.
I have had him my whole life!
You got no right of coming in my room!
I didn't do anything wrong?
Why do you got to get killed?
Everything will be okay.
In this scene, it shows Carlson talking to Candy shooting the dog because he is old and smells bad. Candy is upset. He does not want to shoot his best friend. This foreshadows that sometime throughout the book someone else will be shot and killed. The theme of this scene is when you love something you are never going to harm it in anyway.
Yeah..... the rabbits
Yeah George! I see the rabbits!
In this scene, it shows Lennie in Crooks room. Crooks does not want Lennie in his room because he is not allowed in anyone's room. Also, Lennie notices that Crooks has a lot of things like books and glasses. This shows characterization of Crooks. It shows that he isolates himself from other and does not want to be around anybody. The theme of this scene is when your dream is crushed, your whole life is destroyed.
By: Nick Iadicicco
In this scene, Lennie kills the puppy and Curleys wife walks in. She reassures him that everything will be okay. This scene foreshadows that Lennie will hurt or kill someone later on in the story, The theme of this scene is that a bad habit will never go away from someone. For example, Lennie will always hurt hurt someone or something.
,In this scene, George shoots Lennie in the back of the head while they are talking about their dream. George has no other choice because the others were coming to kill him as well. This scene also shows connections from the beginning of the story. Lennie and George went in a complete loop and ended where they started. The theme of this scene is that dreams always have obstacles that will make the dream unachievable.