Of Mice & Men

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George is 'small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features.' What does this suggest about George's personality?
This suggests intelligence (quick), a strong personality (strong features) but also unhappiness (restless eyes).
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George says, 'what the hell kind of bed you giving us anyway. We don't want no pants rabbits.' What does this suggest about George?
George is clean living and healthy.
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I ain't nothing to scream about but (Lennie) there can put up more grain alone then most pairs can.' What does this suggest that George?
That George is modest and looks out for Lennie.
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George says, 'I ain't got no people, I seen the guys that go around the ranches on their own. That ain't no good. They don't have no fun. After a long time they get mean.'
George is caring, but scared of being alone, which is why he stays with Lennie.
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George says, 'You keep away from Curley, Lennie.'
George is a good judge of character, and can sense danger.
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George says 'Get 'im Lennie.'
He has a sense of justice, and will not allow Lennie to be beate
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George says, 'what the hell kind of bed you giving us anyway. We don't want no pants rabbits.' What does this suggest about George?

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George is clean living and healthy.

Card 3

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I ain't nothing to scream about but (Lennie) there can put up more grain alone then most pairs can.' What does this suggest that George?

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Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

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George says, 'I ain't got no people, I seen the guys that go around the ranches on their own. That ain't no good. They don't have no fun. After a long time they get mean.'

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

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George says, 'You keep away from Curley, Lennie.'

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