They talk about Curley's wife, how flirtatious she is and how likely it is she'll cause trouble. But the real question is, did mankind ever return to what it was before the Great Depression, or has the animistic way of life lingered on the genes of the human race for ever? I'll update as time goes on. The woman, terrified, tried to pull away. As she talks, she moves closer, confiding in him about the life she might have had. He uses the incident that got them chased out of Weed as a case in point.
When Lennie does, Curley's hand is hurt badly. He offers to kill the dog for Candy, and Candy reluctantly agrees to let him do so. George loved Lennie, but he knew that, … although Lennie had a tenderand innocent manner, he could be violent. Make sure you let them know you are open to being told about issues they have with you and that you would like to work on any pro … blems they have with you if they will do the same for you. As they reach a clearing, Lennie stops to drink from the river, and George warns him not to drink too much or he will get sick, as he did the night before. Hearing the horseshoe game outside, he understands that someone will come in sooner or later and discover the bad thing he has done.
In the very first chapter of the novel, George and Lennie are walking to the new ranch where they will begin working. We got somebody to talk to that gives a damn about us. Lennie and George are startled when Candy breaks into the conversation. Lennie repeats George's instructions that he is not to talk to her. So in order for Lennie to get comfort, he feels a womans dress, she screams, and Lennie holds on to it because he is scared, and doesn't reallize what was going on, and he doesn't want to lose his soft object he has found.
George and Slim agree that Lennie is a good guy, never mean. When the novel opens, the two men are headed to a new ranch to find work after being run out of the previous town because of Lennie's actions. Did it have enough solitary places for each one to claim a territory? This is wha … t allows some people to run into a burning building in order to save others. They will eat everything they can get. If not, then that is what started the bullying.
When Lennie explains that he likes to pet soft things, Curley's wife reveals that she too likes to feel silk and velvet, and she invites him to feel her hair, which is very soft. Lennie becomes so angry that he hurls the dead puppy across the barn. Their desire made them to work together. Dogs hear and smell them, but unless bred for hunting rodents, don't seem particularly interested! Carlson and Curley return, and Carlson claims that Lennie has stolen his Luger. Curley, carrying a shotgun, tells Carlson to take Crooks' shotgun, and the men leave, taking George with them to find Lennie.
He keeps up his side of the promise. It is not good for mice to be alone. They both had desired by the Great Depression in 1930 and live together as one. George isn't fooled now anymore than he was yesterday when Lennie tried to hide his mouse. Then Curley bursts in, asking again if anyone has seen his wife. Lennie, however, is still trying to figure out how to get rid of the dead pup so that George won't know.
That is why he is isolated from the rest of the workers. After Lennie and George meet Curley's wife for the first time George says to Lennie. My friend … s jack Russell, hunts and kills them happy! George resists this temptation, and says he might come along, just for a drink, because he doesn't have much to spend. While they were working in Weed, Lennie saw a girl wearing a pretty red dress. George warns Lennie that they are going to work on a ranch, and that he must behave himself when they meet the boss. He is child-like, innocent, and likes to pet soft things.
He has a that contains a letter written by a former worker,. Candy finds the body of Curley's wife and goes for George; both men immediately know what has happened. Not only is Lennie told to remember where to hide if something bad happens, but the reader gets the feeling that since Lennie is always in trouble, what is to stop it from happening again. Slim says she gave birth to nine puppies, but that he had to drown four because there wasn't enough food for them all. George excitedly believes that, with Candy's money, they can swing the payment for a ranch he knows of; he figures one more month of work will secure the rest of the money they need.
As a result for his misfortune, George aids him. Lennie is a big man with a mental disability. But he does get into trouble. George told him to go there if he ever got into trouble, and he promised that he would find Lennie and help him. Andy was a childhood friend who ended up in prison because of a woman. Slim looks at Lennie, awestruck of his strength.
Sound pressure varies inversely with the square of the distance, so if you put the unit in the corner of a 10 ft. Candy says they need to let Lennie get away because Curley will lynch him, but George realizes how hopeless escape would be. At first George played tricks on Lennie, because he was so dumb he would do anything he was told, without even thinking about it. George describes it, as he has done many times before, and while Lennie is smiling with pleasure and envisioning the rabbits he will tend, George shoots Lennie at the back of his neck. One of the book's themes seems to be loneliness so you could argue that Lennie was also George's companion and they live of each other's strength.