Chapter 1 - Chapter 1 1 What trouble did George and Lennie...

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Chapter 1 1) What trouble did George and Lennie have in Weed? Lennie saw a girl wearing a pretty red dress. Focused on the dress's beauty, he reached out to touch it, and the girl screamed. Lennie panicked, and holding on even tighter, would not let go. George had to "(sock) him over the head with a fence picket to make him let go" before he would release the dress. The girls eventually reported the incident as an attempted rape, and "the guys in Weed start(ed) a party out to lynch Lennie". George took Lennie to hide in an irrigation ditch, and when darkness fell, they fled the vicinity. 2) Lennie offers to go away and live in a cave. Why does he do this and what is George's response? Because he is passive aggressive person to go that George can have fun to resolve that short argument by agreeing to Lennie’s request to “tell about the rabbits, 3) What two things does George want Lennie to remember? He remind Lennis not say a word during their interview with boss and if he runs into trouble,  as he has so many times before, he is to return to the place where they've camped, hide in  the brush and wait for George.
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  • Spring '14
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