In this scene from chapter 1 George and Lennie are sitting by the fire talking about their dream while they are eating beans. This is when we find out about George and Lennie's dream of living on a ranch and owning rabbits, although Lennie always seems to kills any animals he touches. For instance this shows a theme of being, anyone can have a dream but you actually have to work to accomplish it. This is because they keep talking about their dream but they rarely talk about how they're going to accomplish their dream let alone put in the wok for it.
In this scene it shows when Carlson killed Candy's dog. This scene is in the story is important because it foreshadows another event that is going to happen later on in the story. The theme of the scene would have to be fate awaits. This is because he foreshadowing in this chapter.
In this scene from chapter 5 Lennie was petting Curley's wives hair after she was talking to him about how soft her hair is. After that, Lennie was petting her hair he wouldn't let go. Therefore she was squirming around and shouting, which only made it worse. Lennie was trying to get her to stop and ended up breaking her neck causing her death. This is important because it shows how dangerous Lennie really is. Be careful about what you say would be a good theme for this scene because Curley's wife shouldn't have said that her hair was soft to Lennie when she new that he pets animals too hard and kills them.
In this scene George has to kill Lennie because he is causing a lot of problems and becoming very dangerous. Everyone else went out searching for him to kill him but George knew right where to find him and what to do. George talked to him and then did what was best and killed Lennie. This is important because it is a death of one of the main characters. Also because he was killed by his best friend which shows that you cant trust anyone. Although it is better to be safe than sorry, and that would have to be the theme for this scene. This is because if Lennie had done one more bad thing or gotten himself into more trouble the consequences would most likely be a lot worse.