1. Why is Slim significant?
- He serves as a moral compass
- He is the 'ideal' man in the 1930's
- He is heavily significant to the plot
- He is the most important man on the ranch
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2. Why is this significant? "Don't you remember Bill Tenner? Worked here about three months ago?"
- Whit is making it up to feel superior- Bill Tenner never worked there at all
- Shows Slim has a bad memory- he's older than he looks
- Shows that the ranch gets through so many workers, even Slim can't remember them all
- Whit is sentimental, and remembers people
3. In which chapter do we first meet Crooks?
4. In which chapter does Candy's dog die?
5. Who is the first person to find Curley's wife's body?