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a. Chapter 1 1. This novel takes place on the western coast of America. 2. Gorge and Lennie were run out of Weed when Lennie grabs on to a girls dress and she yell. Lennie doesn’t know what to do so he just grabs on harder and people start chasing him and George till they leave the city. 3. Lennie enjoys petting soft things, is very forgetful, unable to think for himself, much like a kid. 4. Lennie has a mouse that he acdently killed in his pocket, but was still petting when George found out he wanted him to throw it away. 5. Gorge is annoyed at Lennie sometimes, but doesn’t really want him to go away. 6. “An’ live off the fatta the lan’” means to live off what you have already and not work for more. 7. George tells lennie to hide in the brush if he ever gets into trouble. b. Chapter 2 1. Gorge and Lennie were gretted by Candy when they get to the bunkhouse. 2. Whitey was obbsed with every thing being exsivly cleen and germ free. 3. The boss punishes the stable bucker for george and Lennie’s lateness. 4. George answers all of the questions directed to Lennie to hid his stupidity. 5. The boss is skeptical of relationship between Lennie and George, since migrant worker usaly work alone. He also feels that t George is taking advangage of Lennie’s stupidity. 6. George sad that Lennie was kicked in the head as a child to make up for his stupidity. 7. Currly dosen’t think anything much of Lennie and Curly traveling together, but he sees that he might have some fun picking on Lennie.
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