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Why were George and Lennie out of Weed from of mice and men?
They need the stake(money) to buy a ranch in which they can live on, this is there dream ranch which they talk about all the time.
The ultimate reason why George killed Lennie is because George knew that it was more humane to end Lennie's life quickly, the police or others like Curly who wanted reveng…e not justice might not be as merciful and quick so George did what he thought was right. It was symbolic to George reminding him how Candy had let his dog be shot when it was doing more bad than good. Candy said he should have shot the dog himself and George remembered this and knew he had to do it himself. It was a more humane way of killing Lennie than him being lynched, George recognised this and ended Lennie's life with respect and dignity.
page 106 the second to last page
Lennie just had to die and george knew that. it wasn't nesesarily his fault. If Lennie was to die then they would just have to keep running away and hoping for their ranch but… it would have never happened. Lennie was like Candy's dog, he just needed to be put out of his misery and candy and george needed a new start. Plus, curley would have killed him in a more violent way. Thus,George didn't want Lennie to be killed but, he thought it was the only way out for Lennie.That's why he was telling him that they were going to have the ranch and tend the rabbits, for he could have a happy death.Then instead a horrifying death.
George feels that because he and Lennie are family he has to protect him. Also he feel sympathy for Lennie whopossesses the mind of a child. One of the book's themes see…ms to be loneliness so you could argue that Lennie was also George's companion and they live of each other's strength. (I would give a quote but i can't find my book. The answer is somewhere in chapter 1).
At the beginning of the book they are goin to a ranch just south of Soledad to find work They are running away from a town called weed
He wants to know is he can marry him or not.
George and Lennie left the city of Weed because Lennie was accused of rapping a girl.
In the story 'Of Mice and Men' what troubles did George and Lennie have while they were in the weed?
they was in trouble as Lennie was accused of rape as he felt a women's Velvet dress and Lennie and George had to hind in a ditch are they would get beat up as men was look for… them
This dream is so important to both men because it is the extreme important part of the book because it is what makes Lennie and George's friendship unique. Also this dream is …so important to both men because it will represent their independent and freedom so they don't enjoy having to be migrant workers, and they would be secured and safe. This is all because Lennie wouldn't be opening to attack the people from the facing him, and he wouldn't be put these situations whereas he might probably get hurt by someone.
he touches a girl in a red dress and when she screamed and he got confused and held on to the dress. he scared her but didn't hurt her, that's why they had to leave
Their dream was to have land of their own. A small farm with cows, chickens and rabbits. That's why Lennie always talks about George's promise that he can tend to the rabbits.…
he was a friend of lennies aunt Claras. She passed and he befriended Lennie
his hometown was in Calledenes, USA, travelling to "Weedwood" somewhere else
when Lennie said he doesnt want anal but george influenced him
They punish crooks
George is smaller than Lennie more protective of Lennie and he thinks before he makes an action or speaks Lennie is tremendous in size he has a mind of a child he doesn't thin…k what he does until he has harmed or killed something then he realizes what he has done bad he enjoys touching soft things and doesn't know when to lets go some similarities are that they are both good at there jobs and they both have similar dreams (the Ranch) **Hope this helped out (: **