I really feel lonely in the ranch I hope you understand.
Hi I'm Lennie this is my puppy.
What's your name
Hey Lennie, do you want to play with my hair it's really soft
I wish I was living in the city. I don't really like being here
I cant talk to you George told me you are trouble.
Puppy are you okay.
George it wasn't my fault I didn't mean to
We are still going to have a farm with rabbits geroge?
Why Lennie? Goodbye old friend
I understand don't worrier Lennie. I'm still your friend Lennie.
Lennie just look at the sun set don't worry well get that farm and those rabbits.
This chapter begins with Crooks, the African American stable buck, alone in his room in the barn. Lennie peeks in because he had been petting his puppy in the barn and none of the other men were around because they went to town. Since Lennie isn't very smart, he doesn't realize that he should not enter the room of a black man. Lennie tries to start up a conversation, but Crooks is so shocked to have a visitor for the first time.
This chapter begins with Lennie in the barn holding his little puppy that he just accidentally killed. He's yelling at the puppy as though it's the puppy's fault that it's so small, and it died. Later on the scene Curly's wife comes in and starts to talk to Lennie. Lennie tells to leave but Curl's wife comes and tells him to touch her hair. Lennie acidentlly kills Curl's wife due to his big hand. Curly comes and sees his wife dead and gets a mob to kill Lennie. George goes and tries to get there before they do.
The final chapter begins with Lennie waiting in the brush for George to arrive. His anxious mood is contrasted with the peaceful surroundings. Lennie becomes so agitated that he hallucinates. Lennie tells George that it was accident and he didn't mean to do it. George arrives and tells him not to worry he understand. George tells lennie to look at the sun set and tells him how they would get the farm and be together. Then George pulls a gun and shots Lennie in the back.