Chapter 7 of Mice and Men

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The sky flicker beat and mild wind whiffs around, but for George tonight is one of the longest nights in his life. He was sitting in front of the card table and had already shuffled the deck of cards many times. He wasn’t really thinking about the cards as much as he was about what he had done. He thought about things he would miss, and things he wouldn’t. The death of Curley's wife, the chase after Lennie and finally he was pulling the trigger. "Why did I do it?" George asked himself. "You had to; otherwise, there would have been no end" he replied to himself. Few minutes later after he and Slim arrived at the bunkhouse, the ranch hands returned, and they decided to talk. "At least we don't need to listen to Curley asking, where his wife is!" Carlson said solemnly. There was no reply, only the silence. As George was sleeping, he had a vivid dream: "George, why did you do that to me? Didn’t you love me? At least I have rabbits up here and Aunt Clara takes care of me." Lennie was floating around in George's sub-consciousness. It was Saturday morning, the weather was cloudy and with sign of sadness and disturbance, it was time to rise and go to work on the ranch, George tugged along quietly. He spoke to nobody, and nobody spoke to him. They bucked barley’s bag all day, until the accident. George was on the gig and helped the other farm hands; suddenly he lost his balance and fell from top to bottom with barley bags. George got up almost as soon as it happened. "George! Are you ok! You should be hurt!" Slim said worriedly. "I'm fine" George replied. That day and days after that runs away fast like wind crossing the desert. It is almost three months and in these three months, he had received three stakes; every time it had gone to bars. He was drinking to forget, only to have his one permanent thought be of Lennie. The clocks being against him meant that George had to leave the bar now. After three months of working in the ranch, he decided to leave there and...
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