You and me can still get that little place right?
I think I always knew that we wouldn't do her.
During this scene Lennie is petting a dead mouse while they walk, once George finds out about the mouse he takes it from Lennie and throws it into the brush. This scene shows characterization because George is tough on Lennie, but that's because he cares about Llennie and doesnt want him to get hurt. In conclusion the theme of chapters 1-2 is that true friends always have your best intrist at heart.
Let's do it now, let's get that place now.
Sure, right now
In chapter 3 and 4 this scene shows Crooks and Lennie talking in Crooks bedroom. They're talking about their fear, dreams, and Crooks experiences in life. This scene tells the reader that Lennie never really considered George ever leaving him behind. It mad Lennie angry and scared when Crooks brought that up. George leaving Lennie all by himself could be Lennie's biggest fear, because he has ever been on his own with no one looking out for him. The theme of this situation is that you can ignore or run away from your fears cause one day you might have face them whether you want to or not.
This scene in chapter 5 George and Candy find Curley's wife dead on the floor in the barn. When they're standing there looking at the body, their trying to find a way to fix what happened. When they're there Candy askes and hopes that they can still keep their dream alive. Although Candy know that their dream will never happen now and they should give it up. A theme for this scene is that dreams don't always come true. You might really want them to but , sometimes life doesn't work out that way.
During the scene in chapter 6 George finds Lennie at the brush, where George told him to go if he ever did something bad . While they're there Lennie tells George to talk about their dream and the happy life they would have. During this George shoots Lennie in the head. Even though George shoots Lennie in the head he does it because he loves Lennie, and doesn't want him to die in the hands of someone who could care less about him. The theme is that true friends always have your best interest at heart.