“Well, looka here, Slim. I been thinkin’. That dogof Candy’s is so God damn old he can’t hardly walk. Stinks like hell, too. Ever’time he comes into the bunk house I can smell him for two, three days. Why’n’tyou get Candy to shoot his old dog and give him one of the pups to raise up?
I’ll try to catch him,” said Curley. His eyes passed over the new men and hestopped. He glanced coldly at George and then at Lennie."
"Her face was heavily made up. Her lips were slightly parted. She breathed strongly,as though she had been running."
"Slim’s voice came through the door. “Hi, Good-lookin’.”
"Lennie’s closed hand slowly obeyed""Lennie giggled happily. “I didn’t forget that, you bet.”
"George stared morosely at the water. The rims of his eyes were red with sunglare. He said angrily, “We could just as well of rode clear to the ranch if thatbastard bus driver knew what he was talkin’ about."