In the book of mice and men by: john steinbeck
14. what details does george provide about his and lennie’s childhood? why does george still continue to look after lennie?
15. why do george and lennie want to have their own farm?
16. what does curley’s wife reveal about her youthful hopes and dreams? how do these hopes and dreams compare with the actual circumstances of her adult life?
17. how does the incident in the barn echo other incidents in lennie’s life?
18. throughout the novel, the reader never learns curley’s wife’s name. why do you think john steinbeck made this choice as an author?
19. describe the moments immediately before lennie’s death. what is the purpose of george’s conversation with lennie in these final moments?
20. why does slim tell george, "you hadda. i swear you hadda"? do you agree? why or why not?
1. Lennie is a strong boy, he is pretty srong but he does not understands his strenght, because he has a mental disability He depends on George and share the dream of the farm. He is also a kind guy.
George is small boy, he takes care of Lennie because in spite of his streght he is not able to take care of himself due to his mental disability.
2. They want to have their own farm because it is positive to have something to work for something, it is their American Dream, they call it "their "piece of the pie." Besides Lennie really likes soft animals.
3. Curley's wife is sseing more like an object than like a aperson, her never is not known, because her personality is not important, but her physical appearance. She wanted to be a movie actress but now she is like an object, she feels pretty lonely.
4. Lennie is not able to control his strenght, so he accidentally kills his puppy. He is there crying, Curleýs wife goes to consolate him, he tells her he really likes to touch and caress soft anumals. She lets him to touch her hair, she starts to cry, Lennie tries to silent her and breaks her neck. Lennie is scared and goes to look for George, a group of people come to lynch him, George kills his friend Lennie.
5. The intention of this is to show as an object, not as a woman or as an important person, but as something that belongs to Curley.
6. George wants him to feel quite, he is not angry about what he did. He starts to talk about their dream to make him better. He shoots him for mercy.
7. This is the way Slims lets him know George he understands what he did and he knows he had to do it. It is a way to console and comfort George for his action and his lost. Slims is the mos intelligent guy, so he really knows what and why this happened.
14. what details does george provide abo...