Of MIce and Men

Of MIce and Men

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  • Tell me the dream George
  • Alright Lennie. Guys like us....
  • Hi boys, have you seen Curley?
  • She's purty
  • Stay away Lennie. Sh's trouble.
  • George and Lennie, two migrant workers during the great depression, are heading to a new ranch for work because they had to leave weed after Lennie pulled a girls dress. They stop at the Salinas river to rest for the night and George tells Lennie their big dream once more.
  • Oh no. I've gotten in trouble again. George is going to be mad. I've got to get away from here.
  • Lennie is mentally disabled and has been with George for years, but because of his child like personality he often causes trouble. George knows right from the start when they meet Curley, the bosses son, and his wife they needed to stay away.  Curley was a small man who hatted guys who were larger than him and his wife had the eye.
  • You ain't fit to lick the boots of no rabbit. George is going to leave you all alone
  • Candy, one of the workers, had a dog but was killed by Carlson because he was old and Candy did not want this for himself, so he joins George and Lennie's dream. Slim offers to give Candy a puppy and does give Lennie one. Also a s George predicted Curley and his wife cause trouble. Curley tries to fight Lennie and his wife is seeking attention.
  • All the men are playing horseshoes except Lennie and Candy. Lennie goes out to the barn to play with his puppy but accidentally kills him and blaims the pup for it's own death. After the puppy dies Curley's wife comes into the barn to talk to Lennie and asked if he wants to touch her hair. When he does he doesn't let go and accidentally breaks her neck.
  • Lennie returns to the place where they stayed the night before going to the ranch and hallucinating about his Aunt Clara and a rabbit while the other men look for him. When the men are getting ready to go Carlson can't find his lugger and Curley is ready to shoot Lennie on site.
  • I didn't mean to I'm sorry
  • George finds Lennie before the rest of the men and tells Lennie to look across the river and picture their dream and that they were going to get their dream now. He takes out Carlson's lugger and holds it to the back of Lennie's head and says he's never been mad at him before pulling the trigger and killing him. Right after the other men arrive.
  • I ain't never been mad Lennie and that's what I want you to know.
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