Firstly in this picture, it is showing the scene in the book where George and Lennie were sitting around the fire talking about their dream and talking about what they want there future to hold. The analysis of this scene is that their dream symbolizes their future about the American Dream. Therefore the theme is that you have to work hard to accomplish your dreams/goals in life.
Firstly in this scene, Carlson the mean farm worker, shoots Candy's dog. The analysis of this scene is that it symbolizes death. This shows that when the old dog was killed, it foreshadows something later on in the book. The theme of this scene is that it's easy to kill something but harder to regret later.
Firstly in this scene Lennie has killed Curley's wife. Lennie killed her by breaking her neck. Lennie is innocent though and didn't kill her on purpose. The analysis of this scene is that this scene also symbolizes death. It also symbolizes Lennie's end to his untroubled life and foreshadows an even bigger scene in the next chapter. Lastly the scene of this book is that you can't go anywhere if your part of something bad.
In this scene, George kills Lennie. George is upset that he had to kill Lennie but George knows that he had to do it to protect Lennie and other people. The analysis of this scene is that it symbolizes that the dream that Lennie and George wanted to accomplish is no longer achievable and therefore their dream is over. The theme of this scene is that if you are working alone or independently, you don't have a good chance of accomplishing your dreams.