Well have a big vegetable patch and a rabbit hutch and chickens
An' live off the fatta the land and have rabbits
You told me to George, you told me to!
Chapter 3: Lennie fights back
I wont tell
Get him Lennie!
Chapter 5: Lennie does a bad thing
Dont go yelling! George going to say i did a bad thing
George and Lennie are in the woods, Sharing cans of beans. They are on their way to a farm to work. While they are eating, Lennie convinces George to tell them about their dream. This scene sis significant for many reasons. Firstly, it is the first scene with dialogue between them and it shows their dreams and intentions. Also, this scene shows their intentions and part of the plot. The theme is that planning ahead and dreaming is human nature but plans rarely go according to plan.
Chapter 6: The reality
I though you was mad at me, George.
George, Lennie, Slim and Curly are in their bedroom when Curly gets angry. Then, he attacks Lennie by punching him. Lennie takes it until George begins encouraging Lennie to fight back. This is significant because it shows the first time how strong and dangerous Lennie can be.However it also shows that Lennie wont fight back unless he is told to or forced to. The theme is that even though people may look gentle and innocent they may be dangerous so you always need to be careful.
Lennie was hiding the dog he accidentally killed however, Curly´s wife caught him but lucky, she didn't care. Lennie and Curly´s wife were talking and eventually, she asked him if he would like to feel her hair. He said yes and began touching it, however when she asked him to stop he couldn't and ends up killing her by breaking her neck. This is significant because this event leads to the death of Lennie. In addition it shows how dangerous Lennie can be. This scene shows that you must always be careful. It also shows that even the most innocent looking people can be dangerous.
George found Lennie and must kill him to save Lennie from everyone else. Lennie had no idea of George´s intentions. This is significant because it is the death of Lennie and furthermore the end of their dreams and goals. The theme is that dreams don´t come true. Planning your future is hopeless because something will most likely go wrong and ruin it.
No, Lennie. look down there across the river, like you can almost see the place.