Of Mice and Men Chapter Four
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You got no right to come in my room. This here's my room. Nobody got any right in here but me.
I ain't doing nothing. Just come to look at my puppy. And I seen your light.
I got it figured out. We can make some money on them rabbits if we go about it right.
Listen - you know what I could do to you if you open your trap? You keep your place. I could get you strung up on a tree so easy it ain't even funny.
Lennie comes into Crooks' room, looking for his puppy. Of course, Crooks is mad - well, it his bedroom - and he starts to torture Lennie with the idea that something might happen to George.
Candy enters Crooks' bedroom and tells Lennie that he found a way to make money off of their rabbits. Crooks tells them than it isn't possible; he's seen plenty of guys dreaming about having their own place, but it never really happens.
Curley's wife comes in, too. Candy and Crooks don't like her and try to make her go away. She threatens Crooks, saying that she can get him fired. But before anyone can do anything, they hear the ranch workers come back from their excursion and they depart to go back home.
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