An' live off the fatta the land..an' have rabbits (14)
Chapter 2: Friendship
Yeah, Big tall skinner. You'll see him at dinner. ( )
Chapter 3: Violence
I didn't wanta hurt him. ( )
This quote relates to the theme of hope because they are expecting what is going to happen and hoping it goes perfect This shows us that Lennie will pet the rabbits soon.
Chapter 4: Discrimination
Why ain't you wanted? ( )
Because i'm black.
This quote relates to the theme of friendship because they will meet new people and about to gather together at work. This show us that George will met Slim.
Chapter 5: Loneliness
Ain't I got no right to talk to nobody. ( )
This quote relates to the theme of Violence because Lennie left Curley unconscious and now he regrets of hurting Lennie. This show us that Lennie is stronger.
Chapter 6: Death
Sure. right now. I gotta. We gotta.
This quote relates to the theme of discrimination because what Crooks is saying in the story that people don't wanted him because he is black. This show us that Crooks is lonely.
This quote relates to the theme of lonelines because Curley's wife can't talk to nobody because she has a husband that is the boss's son. This show us that nobody wants to be with her because they are scared of messing with boss who pays them.
This quote relates to the theme of death of Lennie's last words after George was pointing out in the Lennie's head with Carlson's gun that George stole from him. This show us that George will now live easily without Lennie.