OMAM LENNIE`

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ANIMALISTIC QUOTES
"dragged his paw like hands", "snorting in the water like a horse", "slowly like a terrior who doesnt wankt to bring his ball to his master"
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LENNIES LACK OF SYMPATHY
He blames the pup for getting killed "why you have to go get killed", "George wont let me tend the rabbits cos of you" Lennie throws the dog a side like he is worth nothing.
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FORESHADOWING OF ENDING
incident in weed, " i like to pet soft things", the constant killing of mice he just wants to "pet". the Killing of slims pup and the ferocious although accidental way Lennie busts Curleys hand.
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LENNIES DEPENDANCE ON GEORGE
Lennie can do nothing on his own he constantly looks for George for reassurance that what he is doing is right and wont ultimately ruin the dream.
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LENNIE IS A CHILD
Throughout the book Lennie always says "im gunna pet the rabbits" like a child his mind is only set on one thing and constantly repeats it over and over again.
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LENNIE IS A CHILD
Lennie is controlled by George like a parent,he gets told off by george when he does things wrong that could effect there dream.
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CONNOTATIONS OF BEAR
Bear has connotations of danger
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He blames the pup for getting killed "why you have to go get killed", "George wont let me tend the rabbits cos of you" Lennie throws the dog a side like he is worth nothing.

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LENNIES LACK OF SYMPATHY

Card 3

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incident in weed, " i like to pet soft things", the constant killing of mice he just wants to "pet". the Killing of slims pup and the ferocious although accidental way Lennie busts Curleys hand.

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Card 4

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Lennie can do nothing on his own he constantly looks for George for reassurance that what he is doing is right and wont ultimately ruin the dream.

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Card 5

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Throughout the book Lennie always says "im gunna pet the rabbits" like a child his mind is only set on one thing and constantly repeats it over and over again.

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