Mice of Men

Mice of Men

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  • Chapter 1-2
  • Someday were gunna have a little house and a couple of acres of land an' a cow and some pigs.
  • An' live off the fatta lan' an' have rabbits.
  • Chapter 3-4
  • I been around him so much I never notice he stinks.
  • I don't know nothing that stinks as bad as an old dog! You gotta get him out!
  • Chapters 5
  • Stop yelling!!
  • Stop!! Let me go!!
  • George and Lennie are two ordinary guys trying to run away from a problem. They have a dream they are working towards. But, can they accomplish it when all their plans go wrong? George and Lennie symbolize the average person trying to make there dream come true. They can't get this dream because of Lennie and his problems. Any average person wants to accomplish there dream but can't always have it when their plans always go wrong.
  • Chapter 6
  • Le's get that place now!
  • Sure, right now, I gotta, we gotta!
  • Candy's dog is getting old and people on the farm are getting annoyed of its smell. So annoyed that they shoot the dog. The death of candy's dog foreshadows Lennies death at the end of the story because George and Lennie are foils to Candy and his dog. This scene shows that friends are always there for each other. Candy knows his dog needed to get put down but wishes he could have done it. This will stop them from reaching there dream.
  • Lennie sees Curly's wife in the barn when the boys were out. She doesn't know Lennie likes soft things so she let him touch her hair and he got to rough with her and killed her. This right here, is the climax of the story. When Lennie killed Curly's wife he knew that the dream of them owning a ranch out on the hills was over. This scene shows that every action you do could ruin your dreams. Your own actions are your dreams undoing.
  • Lennie went to the bushes to go hide and George meets Lennie there and soon has to kill him. Lennie has been nothing but a dream killer for George. The death of Lennie symbolizes the death of their dream. Once he died they could no longer own there own place. This scene shows that's "the best laid plans of Mice and Men often go awry" meaning the best plans you have you will always have challenges to face. Those challenges often kill your dream.
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