Oh no! I've done a bad thing. Now George won't let me tend the rabbits.
On Chapter 1 of "Mice and Men" the two men are introduced and described. Some background information is given about their relationship. Here it shows George and Lennie walking a trail to find work. It shows how both the men are described. It also displays Lennie's dead mouse that he pets for comfort.
I'll shoot 'im in the guts. Come on, you guys."
While George and Lennie talk about their "American Dream" , Candy listens and wants in. If they all put their money together they will be able to buy a place for themsleves . This builds up suspense because for the first time ever the American Dream dosen't seem impossible fot the men and they are closer than ever to it.
Lennie was always told to stay away from Curley's wife but they end up talking to each other. Lennie shares how he likes to pet nice things with his fingers. This leads to Curley's wife to talk about her soft hair , she lets him touch until he gets carried away. She tells him to stop and starts yelling which frightens Lennie causing him to try and stop her but ends up killing her. This is the turning point of the story because now Lennie nor George know what will happen next in their life.
Once the men know about Curley's wife's death they are all on the hunt for Lennie. Lennie remembered where George told him to go if he gets into any sort of trouble. While he's there he has visions of His Aunt Clara and the rabbits he has always wanted to tend.
"I'll get my Luger,"
George takes Lennie's life away because he feels like he has no other option. Right after killing him he goes out for a drink. By killing Lennie, he feels as if he has lost everything but still goes on with his life.
The incident that occurred in Weed foreshadowed that something similar was going to happen in the story such as Lennie doing a bad thing but ont on purpose.The death of Candy's dog foreshadows Lennie's death later in the story.