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Of Mice and Men: Question and answers

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Introduction

Of Mice and men. Q. Explain and comment on the relationship between George and Lennie. A. 1. George and Lennie share a unique and special relationship. 2. They are inseparable friends. 3. George takes Lennie as his responsibility and looks out for him. 4. George is tough and smart while Lennie is huge in size but childlike, shy and timid. 5. George supervises Lennie's moves to keep him out of trouble. 6. Lennie is loyal in his friendship and dependant on George. 7. George is tough on Lennie but also enjoys his company. 8. Lennie's obesession of fury things nearly cost them their job. 9. They have differences, yet share a common dream of a small place of their own. 10. They value each other for company and support. Q. How relevant is the play's title "Of Mice and men "to the events of the play? A. 1. The main character Lennie has an obsession for fury animals. ...read more.

Middle

George is distracted when he longs to get away from Lennie to be free of responsibility. Q. Briefly describe each of the following characters in the play. Candy, Curley and Curley's wife. A. Candy: 1. A stoop - shouldered, old man who is crippled and without hope. 2. He wears blue jeans and a denim coat. 3. He works on the ranch and cleans out old buildings. 4. He is treated differently from the other ranch workers. 5. He is lonely and has an old smelly dog for a companion. Curley: 1. He is the boss's son. 2. He wears working clothes, brown high heeled boots and has a glove on his left hand. 3. He has an antagonistic and aggressive behavior. 4. George feels that he is all out to provoke Lennie. 5. Candy feels his attitude of hatred is because of his wife who is a flirt. Curley's wife: 1. ...read more.

Conclusion

This cost them their job. 5. Lennie and George share a common dream of owning their own place, their dream farm. 6. Lennie wants to accomplish this dream because he wants to take care of the rabbits. 7. Lennie is not as silly as he looks because he threatens to leave George whenever he gets angry. 8. Lennie loves George as an older brother and is obedient towards him. GEORGE 1. He is a tough and smart person and has Lennie as a companion. 2. He takes Lennie as his responsibility and looks out for him. 3. He sometimes gets frustrated to have Lennie constantly at his back. 4. He is tough on Lennie but also enjoys his company and support. 5. The two are inseparable and share a common dream of owning their own farm. 6. George is determined to fulfill his dream and doesn't like to be bossed around. 7. He is kind and thoughtful as he stays by Lennie's side even if it costs him his job. 8. He dislikes Curley and warns Lennie to stand up for himself if necessary. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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