Relationships In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Chapter One 2. What has George told Lennie that he always remembers, even when Lennie forgets everything else? What does this imply about their life experiences thus far? Lennie always remembers what George told him to do if he gets into trouble again "’Course you did. Well, look. Lennie—if you jus’ happen to get in trouble like you always done before, I want you to come right here an’ hide in the brush."(P.15) This shows that George is prepared for something to go wrong, though he hopes nothing will go wrong. This implies that George knows they’ll be on the move soon or…. Lennie and George also share a dream of sharing a farm. Lennie always remembers this dream that they share because he will have different types of rabbits on the farm. Lennie thinks about this often because he likes rabbits and soft things, and he can pet the rabbits. This ambition they have gives Lennie motivation, because George said if he gets in any more trouble he can’t take care of the rabbits that will be on their farm. Chapter Two 23. Notice the pairs in this relationship: George and Lennie; Candy and his dog; Curley and Curley’s Wife. What is the basis for each relationship? What are the positive and negative aspects of each relationship? George and Lennie- George and Lennie ended up traveling together because they grew up together. A second reason for them traveling together was due to George’s relationship with Lennie’s Aunt Clara. A third reason might be piety for Lennie. After
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