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. Who is the first person to find Curley's wife's body?
3. Who is the owner of the men's favourite brothel?
4. Which character isn't in Chapter 2?
5. When does Whit talk about the magazine?
- Chapter 4
- Chapter 3
- Chapter 2
- Chapter 5