Flashcards in Lennie-Of Mice And Men Deck (9)
How does Lennie earn the reader's sympathy?
-reader gets a sense he is doomed from the beginning
Quote for Lennie's fear of George
"George is going to give me hell."
What does his dream mean to him?
It means security, safety, acceptance and being able to pet soft things, ie.Tending to the rabbits
Defenciveness of Lennie
"What you supposin' for? Ain't nobody goin' to suppose no hurt to George"
Lennie finishing Geogres sentences during dream talk
"We're gonna get the Jack together and we're gonna have a little house and a couple a acres an' a cow an' some pigs an-"
"An live of the fatta the lan!"
How Lennie believes George is always right
"Lennie, who had been watching, imitated George exactly."
Love of hearing George talk about the dream/ Believe in dream
"Gowan' George, tell 'em how I get to tend the rabbits"
Quote to describe Lennie
"Behind walked his opposite, a huge man, shapeless of face with large, pale eyes, with wide, sloping shoulders: he walked heavily dragging his feet a little, the way a bear drags his paws. His arms did not swing at his sides, but hung looosely"