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I FORGOT. SORRY
This is Lennie and George going to camp. George is telling Lennie what he must remember when they arrive at the ranch. George tells Lennie to remember that he must not speak. He also tells Lennie that he must go to the brush if anything goes wrong.
This shows Curley's wife flirting with George and Lennie. Because George thinks she is only trouble, he is angry that she is talking to them. Meanwhile, Lennie is so distracted by how "purty" she is. This is the conflict throughout the book.
GO TO THE BRUSH
This is the rising action. The rising action is when Carlson convinces Candy to allow him to kill his dog. This foreshadows what George will end up doing to Lennie. George ends up doing this to Lennie.
This is the climax. The climax is when Lennie kills Curley's wife. Lennie was stroking her hair when she began to struggle. He got nervous and accidentally snapped her neck. This is before he ran to the brush.
This is the falling action. This shows Lennie running to the brush. This what George told Lennie to do if anything bad happened. He remembered something for the first time. This is right before George takes his life.
This is the resolution. George has to kill Lennie because he Curley would have done even worse things to him. George is the tragic hero. His tragic flaw is that he loves Lennie too much.
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