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72 Cards in this Set

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Lennie's partner
George
Aunt Clara's nephew
Lennie
Old swamper
Candy
isolated figure; reads books
Crooks
jerkline skinner
Slim
boss' son
Curley
ex-boxer
curley
flirt; dreams of a Hollywood career
Curley's wife
"prince of the ranch"
Slim
simple-minded giant
Lennie
"With us it ain't like that. We got a future
George
"...you want I should go away and leave you alone?... I could go off in the hills there. Some place I'l find a cave"
Lennie
"Ain't many guys travel around together. I don't know why. Maybe ever'body in the whole damn world is scared of each other"
Slim
"guy dn't need no sense to be a nice fella...Take a real smart guy and he ain't hardly ever a nice fella"
Slim
"He ain't not good t you... An' he ain't no good to himself. Why'n't you shoot him.....?
Carlson
"A guy goes nuts if he ain't got nobody. Don't make no difference who the fuy is, as long's he's with you. I tell ya a guy gets too lonely an' he gets sick
Crooks
"Aw, nuts! What kinda harm am I doin' to you? Seems like they ain't non of them cares how I gotta live. I tell yo I ain't used to livin' like this
Curley's wife
"It wasn't nothing. You guys comin' in an' settin' made me forget. What she says is true."
Crooks
"I'm going to get him. I'm going for my shotgun. I'll kill the big son-of-a-bitch myself."
Curley
"It ain't no lie. We're gonna do it. Gonna get a little piece an'live off the fat of the lan."
Lennie
The river described in the opening of the book is the
Salina
The riverbank is described as being very
peaceful
George does not trust Lennie to carry his own
work card
George and Lennie previously
worked on a ranch in Weed
If George leaves Lennie, Lennie says he will live
in a cave
When George send Lennie for firewood, Lennie returns with a dead
mouse
George tells Lennie that if he didn't have Lennie to take care of, he'd be
happy
Lennie and George were forced to flee Weed because Lennie tried to
feel a girl's dress
According to George, ranch hands are the
loneliest men in the world
George says he and Lennie are different from other ranch hands becuase they have
a future
Lennie is anxious to have a farm where he can raise
rabbits
According to George's instructions, if Lennie gets in trouble, he is to
hide in the brush
George and Lennie arrive late for their new jobs because
the bus driver tells them to get off at the wrong place
When the boss gets mad, he takes it out on
the stable buck
The stable buck has a
crooked back
Crooks has his own quarters in the barn because he
is black
Curley wears a
glove on one hand
Curley like to pick on men who are
large
Lennie thinks Curley's wife is
pretty
Lennie makes George promis to ask Slim for a
pup
Slim says he is impressed with Lennie's
honesty
George quit playing jokes on Lennie when he almost caused Lennie to
drown
Lennie's reaction when something that he pets resists is to
hold on tight
George tell Whit that he and Lennie are working in order to
buy a farm
Gerprge briefly suspects that Curley's wife is having an affair with
Slim
George has a farm in mind that is for sale for
$600
Candy says that the dog should have been shot by
himself
Lennie crushes Curley's
hand
Slim insists that Curley blame his injury on
a machinery accident
Crook's is a
proud man
Lennie tells Crooks about
the plan for the farm
Crooks envies Lennie because he has
George
After Lennie, Candy, and Crooks are interrupted by the entrance of Curley's wife, she flirts with
Lennie
Curley's wife threatens to frame
Crooks
George disapproves of Candy and Lennie's telling Crooks about the
farm
On the ranch, Lennie accidentally kills a
puppy
Lennie is afraid to talk to Curley's wife because he fears the anger of
George
Curley's wife believes that her husband is injured by
Lennie
Lennie tells Curley's wife that he likes to stroke things that are
soft
Curley's wife invites Lennie to stroke her
hair
After killing Curley's wife, Lennie tries to
hide the body
Lennie leaves the barn to
hide by the river
In death, Curley's wife appears
innocent
Curley's wife's body is discovered by
Candy
Immediately after the killing, George believes that Lennie should be
locked up
Candy blames the loss of his dream on
Curley's wife
Curley insists that Lennie must be
killed
Carlson claims that his gun has been stolen by
Lennie
While he is waiting for George, Lennie imagines that he receives a scolding from
Aunt Clara
Before he kills Lennie, George tells him that he
is not mad at him
The only person who seems to understand why George kills Lennie is
Slim
The major theme of this story concerns
human loneliness and frustration