What does George say to Lennie?

What does George say to Lennie?

The noises of men in the woods come closer, and George tells Lennie to take off his hat and look across the river while he describes their farm. He tells Lennie about the rabbits, and promises that nobody will ever be mean to him again. “Le’s do it now,” Lennie says. “Le’s get that place now.” George agrees.

What does George say he could do if he were alone and didn’t have to take care of Lennie?

They did something & men came after them. What was in Lennie’s pocket? What does George say he could do if he were alone? Lennie offers to go away and live in a cave.

What does George wish for?

In an angry outburst at the campsite he tells Lennie: God a’mighty, if I was alone I could live so easy. I could go get a job an’ work, an’ no trouble. No mess at all, and when the end of the month come I could take my fifty bucks and go into town and get whatever I want.

What does George say he could do if he didn’t have Lennie?

What does George say his life would be like without Lennie? He’d be lonely and have no one to share his dreams with. He’d have a girlfriend and no worries and his life would be much easier. He’d give up ranching and become a sheriff.

What does George say he could do if he were alone?

What does George say he could do if he is alone? p. 7 & 11 – He says that he could live and get along more easily; possibly get married; he could get a job and work without any trouble; do whatever he wanted, stay wherever he wanted.

Is George better off without Lennie?

George is loyal in his friendship with Lennie, and he is also remarkably pure of heart. When George is driven to shoot Lennie after Lennie accidentally kills Curley’s wife, he destroys his own dream, too. George will be lost without Lennie. He never meant it when he said he would be better off without Lennie.

Does George really mean it when he says that he would be better off without Lennie?

George says his life would be better without Lennie. Does he mean this? George is the smart one, he could live on his own, but he knows he needs to watch out for Lennie.

What animal is Lennie obsessed with?

He is obsessed with stroking soft things, such as animal fur. This starts with mice, which he kills, then leads to his puppy, which he also kills, before the tragic death of Curley’s wife when he strokes her hair.

Who did Lenny kill?

Curley’s wife