Comparing The Atmosphere In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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The atmosphere of the ranch and the bunkhouse was anxiousness. I think the atmosphere was anxiousness because Lennie and George were new to the ranch and they were meeting new people and introduced to a new area. For example, when the guys got to the bunk house they were asking who stayed in George’s current bunk. “I ain’t so sure.” said George skeptically. “What did you say he quit for?” (19). Another example of anxiousness is when the boss was trying to talk Lennie, George is trying to speak up for him. “The boss turns on George. “Then why don’t you let him answer? What you trying to put over?” (23). In conclusion the atmosphere of the ranch and bunkhouse for George and Lennie was anxiousness
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