Of Mice and Men
Author: John Steinbeck
This quote shows that george thinks that lennie isn't nothing but trouble to him and we can see that by the choice of words that George is using as well we can see that George is very angry and says that he is the solution to lennie's problems as he is the one who always help lennie to get out of them.
2. "I seen it over an' over-a guy talking' to another guy and it don't make no difference if he don't hear or understand. The thing is, they're talkin', or they're settin' still not talkin'. It don't make no difference, no difference....It's just the talking." Chapter 4, pg. 71
The meaning of the quote is that people always talk to one another but not always are the conversations really going to matter a lot or people are talking just about pointless stuff that is unnecessary, the idea is that conversations should be full of topics and emotions because they're meaningless if their not.
Always looking for a fight, has a very bad temper. Anger issues. Doesn't care about anyone except himself and his wife.
A small, wiry, quick-witted man, has a heart of gold. He has a very strong attitude against everyone.
childlike and stupid, big, strong, hardworking. He has memory problems and forgets things very easily.
"A Thriller to read, very addictive that before you notice you already finished the book"
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This symbol represents how Lennie wants a pet of his own but he always kills the animals when he pets them. So, George promised Lennie that both of them are going to have a ranch of their own and both of them are going to have little rabbits running around.
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This symbol looks like George and Lennie when they work at the ranch for 12 hours picking anything for the owners of the ranch. George and Lennie have a rough start at the beginning of the story and it gets tougher later on in the book.
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This symbol represents George and Lennie thinking about their plans when they get the ranch they always wanted and how Lennie wants his own pets for himself.