“An’ live off the fatta the land…an’ have rabbits .”
"It ain't so funny, him an' me goin' aroun' together," George said at last. "Him and me was both born in Auburn. I knowed his Aunt Clara. She took him when he was a baby and raised him up. When his Aunt Clara died, Lennie just come along with me out workin'. Got kinda used to each other after a little while."
:Lennie smiled with this bruised mouth. "I didn't want no trouble," he said. He walked toward the door, but just before he came to it, he turned back. "George?"
This quote relates to the theme of HOPE because it shows how George believes that him and Lennie are gonna have their own their piece of land, he still hopes that they are gonna be able to have a land of their own. It also shows how Lennie still has hope and taking care of the rabbits on the farm.
This quote relates to the theme of FRIENDSHIP because it shows how George took care of Lennie most of his whole life while doing this it gave George the opportunity to see what kind person Lennie is and how good of a guy he his which makes George Build build a even stronger friendship with Lennie.
This quote relates to the theme of VIOLENCE because Lennie and Curley had just gotten into a fist fight which caused Lennie to fight back and hurt Curlys hand, this shows violence because of what had happened between Lennie and Curly. So this quote shows an act of violence in the story.