Example for Integrating quotes practice

Example for Integrating quotes practice - swept and fairly...

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Integrating: connecting ideas in a fluent way that “meshes” them together, as if they were one thing. EXAMPLES: 1. Lennie’s reactions often show how much he relies on George to help him. When Lennie is being attacked by Curley, Lennie doesn’t respond, but calls on George for help by saying “Make ‘um let me alone, George!” (63). 2. Crooks is very orderly but also very reserved. Steinbeck describes Crooks’ room as “
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Unformatted text preview: swept and fairly neat” and goes on to describe Crooks as a “proud, aloof man” (67). 3. Slim shows his compassion for others by being friendly when someone needs it. At the end of the novel, Slim comforts George, who is in shock over what he has done to his best friend. Slim gently approaches George and “twitch es George’s elbow. ‘Come on, George. Me an’ you’ll go in an’ get a drink’ ” (107)....
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