ჰოდა, წითელ კაბას ხელი წაატანა, გოგომ გამკინავი ხმით ყვირილი მორთო. In this chapter we easily identify the fact that Lennie likes to pet soft things. We find out that George is a slim and intelligent person but Lennie is a big strong and described as an opposite of George. If them other guys gets in jail they can rot for all anybody gives a damn. Lennie than offers to leave and go live in a cave, causing George to soften his complaint and tell Lennie that perhaps maybe, he can get him a puppy that he can pet, without killing the it. They all agree not to tell anyone else.
He also says that Lennie just naturally began staying with Geroge and following him around. And he's so God damn strong, you know. Before they go to sleep, Lennie asks George to repeat their dream of having their own ranch where Lennie will be able to tend rabbits. He also starts to have hallucinations of rabbits scolding him and telling him about the dream about tending the rabbits will not happen as George will not let him because of what he has done. It don't make no difference, no difference. But Candy explains the money is in the bank, he also starts to describe the benefits of own and living on that farm.
ჯორჯმა პასიანსის კარტები გულდასმით ჩაამწკრივა. მეც კი შემეშინდებოდა, ასე რომ დავეჭირე. Candy informs them that the boss is mad because they were expected the night before. The next morning, George and Lennie arrive at the ranch and go the bunkhouse. He attempts to hide her body using hay and then runs away to the spot where George had told him to go if he got in any trouble. An' he was so damn nice to me for pullin' him out. George finds Lennie, as he knows that Lennie would have gone to the spot he told him to go to if he got in any trouble.
He can't turn to some other guy and ast him if he sees it too. Curley is upset and wants someone to fight with, so he goes over to Lennie to pick a fight. Some days, 24 hours is too much to stay put in, so I take the day hour by hour, moment by moment. Curley is supposed to tell people his hand was mangled in a machine accident. The special bond the two men share represents an idealized conception of male friendship that forms one of the central themes of the story. In this passage, George is explaining the nature of the friendship to Lennie as the two men settle in for the night at the clearing toward the end of the first section of the book. George tells Candy about their dream of getting a piece of land and Candy asks if he can join them as he can contribute with a down payment he has from hurting his hand.
She jerks and you hold on like it was a mouse. Crooks interrupt and says that they are kidding themselves about this farm because George is in town spending their money at a whorehouse. George find out that he has a mouse in his pocket, which George confiscates and throws it into the weeds beyond the pond. Lennie reveals the secret about the farm, which Crooks first thinks that Lennie is making all this up. The two men are on their way to get a temporary job, George also warns Lennie not to say anything when they arrive and George makes him recite this to himself because he forgets things very quickly. Slim sides with Carlson, and so Candy reluctantly lets Carlson take the dog out to be shot.
Sure you could play horseshoes till it got dark, but then you got to read books. Candy's Dog After George and Slim talk about Lennie's past, Carlson comes into the bunkhouse, again complaining about the odor and uselessness of Candy's dog. Candy finds the body, which was partly covered in hay and tells George straight away. This thing they had never really believed in was coming true. Lennie picks up a dead mouse which he finds on the side of the pool.
In addition, if Curley punches him that he should take it and also George remind him where to go if he gets in trouble. I seen it over an' over-a guy talkin' to another guy and it don't make no difference if he don't hear or understand. This thing they had never really believed in was coming true. Lennie retrieves the mouse, when George asks him to get and get wood for fire and once again George catches him and confiscates it. Candy says accusingly that she has a husband and she should stop fooling around with other men. George and Slim are comfortable around each other, so George tells Slim about Lennie's past. Of Mice and Men Summary and Important Quotes Of mice and Men Summary Chapters and Important Quotes Chapter 1 summary: The story begins when George and Lennie have left a ranch in weed.
George find out that he has a mouse in his pocket, which George confiscates and throws it into the weeds beyond the pond. Lennie could not swim and he nearly drowned until George himself pulled him out, and since then, George does not play jokes on him because he feels sorry for him. Lennie allows Curley to attack him, he looks at George and George tells him to get back at him. I break the task, the challenge, the fear into small, bite-size pieces. George also tells Slim about their experience in Weed, and why they were run out of the town.
Ever'body wants a little piece of lan'. As soon as the boss leaves, George scolds Lennie for speaking. George explains that he let Lennie do this because he enjoyed playing tricks on Lennie, but stopped doing this after he told him to go jump into the Sacramento River -- and Lennie listened. Sure you could play horseshoes till it got dark, but then you got to read books. Maybe if he sees somethin', he don't know whether it's right or not.
He got nothing to measure by. Human life is viewed as disposable by the workers, with the exception of Slim, who understands why George is mourning the loss of his friendship with Lennie. Lennie than offers to leave and go live in a cave, causing George to soften his complaint and tell Lennie that perhaps maybe, he can get him a puppy that he can pet, without killing the it. ლენის გონება აერია და გოგოს ჩაეჭიდა, ეს ერთადერთია, რისი მოფიქრებაც შეუძლია. He repeated his words rhythmically as though he said them many times before. Unlike Carlson, Slim realizes that George has made the difficult decision to kill his best friend in order to prevent the impending brutality he would face. He also says that he accepted Lennie because he can play jokes on Lennie without him realising, but one day, he told Lennie to jump into the Sacramento River and Lennie did it.