- 1 Where did the bus drop Lennie and George?
- 2 Why did the bus driver drop George and Lennie off four miles away from their destination at the ranch?
- 3 Who drops George and Lennie too soon?
- 4 What town are George and Lennie running away from?
- 5 Why did George kill Lennie?
- 6 Why did George and Lennie get kicked off the bus?
- 7 What did Lennie keep in his pocket?
- 8 What does George take away from Lennie?
- 9 What is George and Lennie’s dream?
- 10 Who Shot Candy’s dog?
- 11 Did Lennie get kicked in the head?
- 12 Why does George say Lennie is his cousin?
- 13 Why did Aunt Clara give Lennie mice?
- 14 What details show that Curley doesn’t love his wife?
- 15 What is the one thing that Lennie always remembers?
Where did the bus drop Lennie and George?
In the opening scene of the novella, the bus drops George and Lennie off a few miles south of Soledad, California and the two men are forced to walk nearly four miles to a tranquil riverbank on the Salinas River, which is located near the ranch.
Why did the bus driver drop George and Lennie off four miles away from their destination at the ranch?
George was angry because the bus driver let them off at least four miles from the ranch, and they had to walk the rest of the way. He felt the driver lied because he didn’t want to pull off the main road to take them directly to the ranch.
Who drops George and Lennie too soon?
George and Lennie are walking through the brush beside the river to get to their new job because the bus driver dropped them off too early –miles away from their final destination.
What town are George and Lennie running away from?
They have traveled south from the small town of Weed in Siskiyou County at the foothills of the breathtakingly beautiful Mt. Shasta. The men were doing farm work when Lennie saw a girl in a red dress.
Why did George kill Lennie?
George kills Lennie by shooting him in the back of the head to save him from a more painful death at the hands of Curley, who has vowed to make him suffer for the death of his wife.
Why did George and Lennie get kicked off the bus?
They have been dropped off further away than they expected by a bus driver, so George decides that rather than walking a long way to the ranch, they should camp by the Salinas River and go to work in the morning so that they can enjoy some freedom for one more night before working for someone else again.
What did Lennie keep in his pocket?
Lennie has a dead mouse in his pocket, and when pressed to throw it away by George, he reluctantly agrees, but secretly keeps the mouse. The mouse symbolizes Lennie’s love for soft things, which will eventually get him into trouble.
What does George take away from Lennie?
George takes the mouse away from Lennie because it is dead and will rot. George says that the mouse isn’t fresh and that he has to take it away because Lennie always kills them. Apparently, Lennie’s Aunt Clara also used to let him play with mice, but he always killed them, so she stopped doing that.
What is George and Lennie’s dream?
George and Lennie have a dream: to scrounge enough money together to someday buy their own little house and a plot of land to farm. They dream of roots, stability, and independence.
Who Shot Candy’s dog?
Carlson shoots Candy’s dog because it is old, sick, and no longer able to work as a sheep dog. Carlson says the dog “ain’t no good” to Candy, unable to see that the dog still has value as Candy’s friend and companion.
Did Lennie get kicked in the head?
In chapter 2 of Of Mice and Men, George tells the boss that Lennie got kicked in the head by a horse and that he and Lennie are cousins.
Why does George say Lennie is his cousin?
George does this because the boss picks up on the fact that Lennie is mentally slow and suspects George is travelling around with him simply in order to take advantage of him and steal his pay. George therefore pretends that Lennie is his cousin and that is why he looks out for him.
Why did Aunt Clara give Lennie mice?
Aunt Clara gave Lennie a rubber mouse because he wouldn’t be able to kill it. He didn’t like it because it wasn’t any good to pet. “The hell with the rabbits. Your Aunt Clara give you a rubber mouse and you wouldn’t have nothing to do with it.”
What details show that Curley doesn’t love his wife?
What details show that Curley does not love his wife? Because he wants to find Lennie and murder him even though he should stay with his dead wife.
What is the one thing that Lennie always remembers?
What has George told Lennie about that he always remembers even when he forgets everything else? Lennie always remembers that he will be the one to tend the rabbits on their dream farm.