Why ain't you talking boy? Stop talking for your friend partner, let him get a chance. What's your name boy?
Sorry sir, we couldn't find this darn here ranch
I wanna feel the fabric of your dress!
Lennie and George are sitting by the fire discussing their future over diner of beans. As they are talking amongst each other a snake slivers on by, the snake symbolizes evil. This foreshadows the future of George and Lennie and how their ending might not be happy ever after. The big idea of chapter one is that George and Lennie are forever friends with the hopes of a big dream trying to make it a reality by moving around working on all the different farms they can find.
George and Lennie arrive to their next job at a farm. They arrive later than they were supposed to so the boss comes in and questions them. When the boss is questioning them, only George is answering. So the boss asks why Lennie isn't talking therefore George says he has disabilities. The central idea in chapter 2 is that George defends Lennie and will go to any extent to protect him especially in front of the boss.
Lennie saw a girl in a red dress and wanted to feel her dress. So he grabbed her dress thinking it was okay because he just wanted to feel the fabric, he wasn't trying to hurt or grab her. This foreshadows that Lennie is evil and his temptations will always get the best of him.
When George finds out what Lennie dies he goes to the brush to look for him. ON his way, he grabs Carlsons gun. When George finds Lennie, he tells Lennie about their dream as Lennie sits on a rock fcaing away from him. IN mid sentence George shoots Lennie in the back of the head so he doesn't have to suffer worse. As he shoots Lennie, a bird eats a water snake, this symbolizes hoe George killed evil when he shot Lennie.