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It is unclear who George is or if he talks about Aunt Clara. More context is needed to provide a specific answer.

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how does aunt clara talk to lennie

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How did Lennie and George meet?

Lennie and George met when George's aunt Clara passed away and Lennie's Aunt Clara died. George was friends with Lennie's Aunt Clara, and Lennie's Aunt Clara had asked George to look out for Lennie after she passed away. George agreed to take care of Lennie and they formed a strong bond based on mutual dependence and friendship.


Who is aunt Clara in mice and men?

Aunt Clara is Lennie's aunt. She isn't in the story because she is already dead, but she is referred to by both Lennie and George throughout the novel.


What does aunt Clara say to Lennie?

she is lennies aunt who died which is why george is taking care of him hope this helps


With whom does Lennie have his first imaginary conversation?

Lennie has his first imaginary conversation with his Aunt Clara, who scolds him for causing trouble and not listening to George. This scene occurs in John Steinbeck's novella "Of Mice and Men."


Who took care of Lennie after aunt Clara died in of mice and men?

George Milton took care of Lennie after Aunt Clara died in "Of Mice and Men". They traveled together and worked odd jobs on ranches, with George looking out for Lennie's well-being and trying to keep him out of trouble.


In what page does aunt Clara talk?

It is in chapter 6. On paperback, it's on page 114.


How did george meet Lenny?

George knew Lennie's Aunt Clara when she passed away Lennie just went with George to work.


'Of Mice and Men' who used to give Lennie mice?

Lennie tells his froend George he remembers that a lady used to give mice to him. George scoffs. "A lady, huh? (you) don't even remember who that lady was. That was your own Aunt Clara. An' she stopped givin' 'em to ya. You always killed 'em." Lennie's Aunt Clara had raised Lennie from when he was a baby right up until she died, then he and his friend George went out working, and looking for work, together.


What does Lennie repeatedly tell Aunt Clara when she accuses him of doing bad things and not minding George?

Lennie repeatedly tells Aunt Clara that George never gets mad and he always takes care of Lennie. He insists that he is only a little bit like George and that he always tries to do what George tells him to do.


What does Lennie lose that he wishes he had now?

Lennie loses his Aunt Clara who cared for him before he met George. Lennie often wishes he had Aunt Clara around to take care of him and tell him what to do.


What is the relationship between george and Lennie in mice and men?

They may talk about their past life, memories of Aunt Clara and a fictionalized account of how they became friends, etc. Can you help me with some ideas


What two imagery visitors does Lennie while sitting on the river bank?

While sitting on the river bank, Lennie imagines seeing Aunt Clara disapprovingly scolding him, and a gigantic rabbit mocking him for George's supposed abandonment.