George and Lennie are located in the middle towards the water. George is smaller and quicker than Lennie, and quick tempered. Lennie is bigger person, and is mentally disabled. Also describes the opening of the story, with the river stream, bright colors, and all the animals located in the picture. " Uh-uh. Jus' a dead mouse, George. I didn't kill it. Honest! I found it. I found it dead."
This is when they reach the bunkhouse in Chap. Two, they describe it as long rectangular building, small square windows, and a solid door. Setting is also around 10 am. They are also introduced to a new character, named "The old swamper". "No--look! I was jus' foolin', Lennie. 'Cause I want you to stay with me."
This is an important Chapter to realize the ending of the story. The dog is a big significance to the story because Lennie wants to kill it. This is Candy's dog and she doesn't want anything to happen to it. " She's gonna make a mess. They's gonna be a bad mess about her. She's a jail bait ll set on true. "
This part is in the evening in the barn stables. This chapter is when Candy's dog gets shot. " I ought to if shot that dog myself, George. I shouldn't ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog."
This is in Sunday afternoon still at the barn. Lennie killed the puppy and now Curley's wife is also dead. " He's a nice fella," said Slim. "Guy don't need no sense to be a fella."
This is a significant scene because this is where George shoots Lennie in the back. George shot Lennie because the townspeople were gonna kill him anyway for killing Candy's dog. " Slim came directly to George and sat down beside him, sat very close to him. "Never you mind, said Slim. "A guy got to sometimes."