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Steinbeck creates a tense, dramatic yet peaceful atmosphere in chapter six of the
novel. This apprehensive and intense mood is shown through the actions and words of
the characters and the language that Steinbeck has used. The chapter begins
as Lennie waits and hides in the bushes near the Salinas…

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George hears the men, it is a reminder that he must kill Lennie now before the other
men do, as he will do it kindly and peacefully, whereas the other men would be cruel.
George's soft tones when speaking to Lennie conflicts with the shouts of the men
which supports…


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