Of Mice and Men Chapter 6 Flashcard Example #8820

Where does Lennie hide
in the brush where George told him to go if he gets in trouble
Describe Lennies Hallucination
he sees Aunt clara and a rabbit
How do the characters in Lennies dream treat him
they make him feel guilty and treat him harshly
What does George do to Lennie and how does he do it
George kills Lennie with Carlsons luger so the other men don’t do worse
Who or what in the novel was killed in the same way as Lennie
Candys dog
Why did George lie to the others about what really happened
justify the death
he doesn’t want to create guilt for himself
shows compassion
Why does Slim say “you hadda George, you hadda”
he understands why George did what he did
What does Carlson say to the others
“Now what ya suppose is eating’ them two guys”
Why does George kill Lennie
to protect him from curley
Who is the only one who really understands what George did
Would George ever get a piece of land
No because he didn’t want to have to ranch with our Lennie
Who says this phrase and why does he say it: “If George don’t want me….. I’ll go away. I’ll go away”
Lennie when he thinks about how much trouble he causes George
What does Aunt Clara say to Lennie
Aunt Clara:
accuses him of never thinking of George even though George is so nice to him
starts listing off all the women George could have had without Lennie
announces Lennie has no intention to leave George alone
What does the rabbit say to Lennie
large and angry with Lennies voice
says “he ain’t fit to lick the boots of no rabbit”
rabbit suggests that George will beat Lennie with a stick and then leave Lennie. Says “He’s gonna leave you, ya crazy bastard. He’s gonna leave you all alone
What does this Event foreshadow:
Carlson kills Candy’s dog
George kills Lennie
What does this Event foreshadow:
Lennie is run out of weed
Lennie must leave soledad
What does this Event foreshadow:
Lennie breaks the mouses neck
Lennie kills Curleys wife and the pup
What does this Event foreshadow:
George tells Lennie to hide in the brush if he gets in trouble
Lennie hides in the brush after killing Curleys wife
What does this Event foreshadow:
Curley harasses Lennie for not talking
Curley and Lennie fight
What does this Event foreshadow:
Curleys wife is a rat-trap
Lennie kills Curley’s wife
What does this Event foreshadow:
George tells Candy that Curley is asking for trouble from Lennie
Lennie crushes Curleys hand
What does this Event foreshadow:
Lennie kills the pup
Lennie kills Curleys wife
What does this Event foreshadow:
Crooks tells Lennie: No body gets to heaven and no body gets no land
Their dream never comes true
What does this Event foreshadow:
The characters in Lennies hallucination tell Lennie that George will leave him
George kills Lennie
What does this Event foreshadow:
“I ought to shot that dog my self George. I shouldn’t ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog”
George kills Lennie
What are 4 examples from the novel that shows George and Lennies friendship
George helps Lennie escape from Weed
George stands up for Lennie in the bunk house
George reassures Lennie that they are different from other ranch hands because they have each other
George took up the responsibility to care for Lennie
Candys dog is old sick and slow
Carlson shoots the dog and Candy loses his companion
Crooks is black
he lives alone in a shed because he is black
Jealous of Lennie
Curley picks on Lennie
Curley and Lennie fight
Lennie breaks curleys hand
Curley is hurt, embarrassed and vows to get even
Lennie kills Curleys wife
George and Lennies dream is destroyed
George kills Lennie and his free but alone
Lennie stroke the dead mouse and the hair of Curleys wife. What is the significance
Lennie cannot learn from his mistakes or control his desire to touch soft things without hurting them
George tells Lennie not to talk to Curleys wife and he talks to Curleys wife anyway. What is the significance
she needs and wants to talk to someone
Lennie frightens the Girl in the red dress and Curleys wife
Lennie is trapped by his actions and never learns his lesson
Lennie to return to the campsite. Lennie goes back and returns because he has done something bad. What is the significance
lennie is suited to live in nature but not society
George wishes he wasn’t burdened with Lennies care and realizes he will be free. What is the significance
George ends up realizing he needs Lennie
Carlson shoots candys dog with the same luger George kills Lennie with. What is the significance
Weak and useless characters can’t survive alone
Candy regrets that he didn’t shoot his dog himself so George kills Lennie himself. What is the significance
George takes responsibility for his own action
When is the farm first mentioned and what is the mood
at the start of the story
What does the farm mean to George and Lennie
doesn’t believe in owning the farm
always talks about the farm
Why does the dream appeal to Candy? How does candys interest change the dream?
Candy wants to live without fear of loosing his job
Candy offer to put in money
How do crooks and curleys wife react to the dream
they don’t think it will come true.
How and why does the dream die? To what extent was Lennie participation in the dream important to George.
dream dies with Lennies death
Lennie shared the same dream as George
Why does George repeat the dream to Lennie before killing him. What has the dream come to mean at this point?
George wants Lennie to die with good thoughts
George accepts the dream is dead
What does George and Lennies farm show
hopes, dreams
What does crooks bare lightbulb show
Loneliness, isolation, weakness
What does the red slippers with ostrich feathers show
What does Candys dog show
What do the bosses spurs show
What do the western magazines show
hopes, dreams
What does Candys missing hand show
What does Curleys wifes hair style show
What do the horseshoes matches show
power, acceptance and approval
What does candys broom show
loneliness isolation weakness
What does Curleys wiry hair show
what does the color red show
What does the sunlight show
power, hopes and dreams

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