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Imagine you are Slim looking back at the events in the novel, write down his thought and feelings.

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Introduction

Imagine you are slim looking back at the events in the novel, write down his thought and feelings? Well me and all of the other ranch hands playing horseshoes and it was getting risky with the betting, when George came rushing into the bunk house and told us all that candy's wife was laying dead in the barn and it went quiet. Then everyone was asking George question and it wasn't so silent anymore, and we ran into the barn as fast as we could. We ran to the stall and then my eyes fixed on candys wife dead in the straw with her neck all broken. ...read more.

Middle

All the guys ran out to get things to kill lennie as they all thought it was him I then turned to George and asked him if lennie did it as her neck was all bust he did it all right. I was so curious to why it happened and then I thought it must be like that time in weed which george was tellin' about. Then I thought well we best go get him but we gotta think of a way to stop curley from shooting his guts out with his shotgun. ...read more.

Conclusion

Curley and Carlson were all talking bout how gooda shot it was so I told em to mind their on business but they don't understand the companionship between George and lennie as no one really has it at the ran were all alone in this world, ever'body in the whole damn world is scared of each other but lennie had George and it was nice for the to go round with each other. I felt really upset and felt bad for George so I offered to go for a drink so he didn't feel quite so alone cause that's what he's gonna feel soon just like each and every one of us. ...read more.

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