Summary Alone in the bunkhouse, George thanks Slim for giving Lennie a pup.
Slim comments on Lennie's ability to work hard and mentions that it is obvious
Lenni. ... and George tells Whit he might go but only to have a drink because he
is ... Slim says they must get Curley to a doctor, but he cautions Curley that if he
George says that when he first began traveling with Lennie he found it funny to ...
men come in from their horseshoe game, which Crooks has apparently won. ...
Slim leaves for the barn as George and Whit begin a conversation about women.
... to give it all to George and Lennie if they'll let him live on their farm and work as
Lennie loves soft, furry things, but he can't have a pet animal, for they all die ...
They plan to start work the next day and dream of a future farm where Lennie can
tend rabbits. ... Whit is sent to Soledad for Al Wilt. ... Slim says "You hadda,
George," and takes him for a drink. ..... It gives the reader a reason to ha...
Casting Lennie as he does, Steinbeck forces the reader to deal with the fact ... He
makes George's and Lennie's dream seem possible, for he has three ... meant to
harm anyone, Curley, Carlson, and Whit are bent on vengeance. ... He gives
Lennie the puppy and persuades Curley to say his hand was caught in a
He tells Lennie not to say anything once they get to the farm or they might not get
the job and tells Lennie where to come if he gets into trouble. unlikely ... What
explanation does Candy give George for Curley's treatment of Lennie? ... Why
does George refuse to go w/ Whit to see whether Slim and Curley will get into a
Feb 27, 2014 ... Like much of Steinbeck's work, Of Mice and Men is set in ... Later, when Lennie
offers to go live alone in a cave, George says he .... Slim agrees with Carlson and
says he will give Candy one of the new pups. ... Lennie tells George that Curley's
wife did not come into the barn while he was there with Slim.
Lennie has a man's body, but a child's outlook: he gains pleasure from ... Lennie
can be easily controlled by firm but calm instructions, as Slim finds out. ... story, so
George has come to comfort Lennie with a tale of a golden future. ... The Boss
and Whit ... When Candy tells him of the dream ranch, he offers to work for
George said, "It wasn't much to you, maybe, but it was a hell of a lot to him. ... "Jus'
tell Lennie what to do an' he'll do it if it don't take no figuring. ... You know how the
hands are, they just come in and get their bunk and work a month, ... Never seem
to give a damn about nobody. ..... "I don'...
In John Steinbeck's novel, "Of Mice and Men," George and Lennie are friends ...
That George and Lennie Must Have Come to Work What Reason Does He Give ...
Lennie loves soft, furry things, but he can't have a pet animal, for they all die
under .... Slim says "You hadda, George," and takes him for a drink. .... Whit, a
young laborer at the ranch ..... and George must confiscate, and Lennie can't be
trusted to carry his own work card. ... It gives the reader a reason to hav...