Of Mice Of Men (Chapter 6)
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From Lennie's imagination he imagined his Aunt Clara yelling at him for being a burden for george.
Then a imagined image of a giant rabbit appeared and spoke to him of how he couldn't tend the rabbits and how George was going to "beat hell out of him".
As George came Lennie then told him to give him "Hell". George then told lennie what he wanted to hear as he removed his hat and told Lennie to do the same.
Lennie removed his hat and asked to tell him "how it's going to be". George told him to turn around and began to tell him the story.
As George was telling the story he slowly pulled out Carlson's gun. He then pointed the gun straight to the back of his head and pulled the triger. Lennie then fell to the ground... Dead.
Slim, Carlson and Curley came running realizing what George had just done. Slim then consoled George and the end.
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