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Lennie and George arrived at the ranch in the evening, just before sunset.

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What time did Lennie and George arrive at the ranch?

Lennie and George arrived at the ranch in the late afternoon.


Why is the boss angry with george and Lennie when they arrive?

The boss is angry with George and Lennie because they arrive late to the new job and don't have proper work clothes. He also suspects them of being troublemakers because they travel together instead of alone like most other ranch workers.


What explanation is given to Lennie?

In the book, when George and Lennie enter the ranch for the first time George has to cover for Lennie by claiming that he was kicked in the head by horse as a kid. After that though, Lennie asks why he lied. Other than that, Steinbeck never writes the name. You can Google it. :)


What explanation is given to Lennie's condition?

In the book, when George and Lennie enter the ranch for the first time George has to cover for Lennie by claiming that he was kicked in the head by horse as a kid. After that though, Lennie asks why he lied. Other than that, Steinbeck never writes the name. You can Google it. :)


Where does Lennie return to at the end of the book of mice and men?

Lennie returns to the place that George told him to go to if anything went wrong - a designated spot by the river. George finds him there and makes the difficult decision to prevent Lennie from being captured and killed by the other men.


What do Lennie and george gain from one another?

Lennie gains protection and guidance from George, who looks out for him and ensures his safety. George gains companionship and a sense of purpose from taking care of Lennie, as well as having someone to share his dreams and ambitions with. Their friendship provides both of them with a deep connection and a feeling of belonging.


Why are George and Lennie different from other guys like us on that work on ranches?

Unlike the other guys on the ranch who have no one to look after them, Lennie and george have each other.


What does george and Lennie share dream?

To start their own ranch, and Lennie can tend the Rabbits


Why does george order Lennie not to talk when they get to the ranch?

Because he think curly will see him with his wife and will beat up lennie, and they will lose their jobs, and because he doesn't want to repeat the accident that happened in weed with the girls dress...:)


Why does george killed leenie in the book of mice and men?

George realized that if he left Lennie at the brush, Curley would come after Lennie and torture him before murdering him in the most brutal way possible. Don't then say "And why didn't George just run away with Lennie?" He didn't because Curley is bloodthirsty and will stop at nothing to kill Lennie. The way I see it, the brush is relatively close to the ranch, and Curley will be there in a few moments. George had no time to run away. George knew as well that if he somehow managed to help Lennie escape, Lennie will definitely get himself into trouble again, as we see as a consistent theme running through the book. George shoots Lennie in the back of the head - the same way Candy's dog was killed. Both acts were viewed as ones of kindness, as neither Lennie nor Candy's dog would be able to survive in a world where the mighty rule the meek. Especially not during the time of the Depression.


Why are george and Lennie different from the other guys like us that work on ranches?

George and Lennie think they are different from the other men because most men at that time had no one as they travelled round on there own but George and Lennie have each other.


How does Crooks respond to Lennie describes George's dream about the rabbits why do you think he responds in the way in of mice and men?

Crooks initially mocks Lennie about the dream but later reveals his own deep desire for companionship and belonging. Crooks responds this way because he is lonely and marginalized due to his race, feeling that dreams like these are not attainable for someone like him in that time period.