Of Mice and Men Find the Quotation

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Of Mice and Men: Find the Quotation

1.p9 Lennie is being childish

2.p23 George is desperate for work

3.p31 Noises describing the ranch

4.p35 Slim described using religious language

5.p36 Description of Carlson

6.p42 George’s cruel past

7.p46 Candy’s closeness to his dog

8.p51 Tension as they wait for the dog’s execution

9.p62 Candy can make the dream a reality

10.p67 Lennie’s superhuman strength

11.p71 Description of Crooks

12.p85 Curley’s wife threatens Crooks

13.p89 A symbol of impending doom (things will go wrong)

14.p94 Curley’s wife’s deam

15.p98 Curley’s wife finds peace

16.p100 candy’s anger at the broken dream

17.p108 Lennie hallucinates

18.p112 George kills Lennie

19.p112 George is stunned after murder

20.p113 Slim is kind & understanding


1.Page 102. Read the passage where Crooks talks of black families. Why is this relevant? 2.Page 103. ‘Crooks’ face lighted with pleasure in his torture’. Explain why Crooks is like this. 3.Page 104/105. How does Crooks explain his cruel behaviour? 4.Page 105. What does Crooks worry about regarding his own sanity? 5.Page 106. How does Crooks respond to the dream?

6.Page 109. How does the reader feel towards Crooks after reading the passage ending ‘I ain’t so crippled I can’t work like a son-of-a-bitch if I want to?’ 7.Page 113. Read from ‘Crooks stood up from his bunk…to the top of Page 114 ‘‘Yes Ma’am’, and his voice was toneless.’ How does this create sympathy for Crooks? 8.Page 116. Why does Crooks change his mind about the dream? 9.Page 116. Why does Steinbeck finish this chapter with Crooks repeating his actions that were described earlier in the chapter? 10.Select the quintessential quotation from chapter 4 that creates sympathy for Crooks.
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