Of Mice and Men


Imaginary Conversations
April 28, 2007, 2:35 pm
Filed under: Chapter 6, Lennie

With whom does Lennie converse when he is waiting for George in the brush? What do these characters represent? Why do they sound like Lennie’s voice?

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Lennie converses with a large rabbit & his Aunt Clara when he is waiting for George in the brush. These characters represent Lennies dream & likes. They sound like Lennie’s voice becise they are his concinse(sp?).

Comment by jjspencer

Lennie converses with his Aunt Clara and a rabbit. These represent Lennie’s thoughts, and possibly the good and bad of what he’s thinking. I agree with jjspencer, I think they’re Lennie’s conscience, so they’re in his voice.

Comment by davidobrien722

Lennie talks to his Aunt Clara and a big rabbit. I think it’s Lennie’s thoughts. I think they’re in his voice because their his thoughts adn I also think that it’s his conscience.

Comment by skatergirl55

Lennie talks to his Aunt Clara and a big rabbit. I think it was in Lennies voice becasue its in his mind and its his conscience.

Comment by rsarah

Lennie imagin’s he was talking to his aunt Clara and a big rabbit. These characters repersents things that mean something to lennie. I think Lennie’s vocie is used because its his imaginary.

Comment by derrty

Lennie imagines that he is talking to Aunt Clara and a rabbit. These characters represent things that have meaning to Lennie. I also think that its in his voice because hes imagining his happening.

Comment by jessnick1992

Lennie talks to an imaginary vision of his aunt Clara while he is waiting in the brush. It means that his aunt Clara means a lot to him.

Comment by 10kmiller

he talks to a rabbit and his aunt clara. they are talking in his voice because he is imagioning them.

Comment by ms07

In his imaginings, Lennie imagines that he talks to his aunt clara and a rabbit. These are the things he talks to because they are the things that stand out the most in his mind

Comment by cghirohito

Lennie converses with his Aunt Clara and a giant bunny while waiting for eorge in the brush. The bunny represents his obsession with soft things and I’m not sure what his Aunt Clara represents. I’m not sure why these characters sound like Lennie.

Comment by adesi

Lennie has conversations with his aunt Clara and a big giant rabbit while he was waiting for George. While his aunt clara was taking to him she was like blaiming everything on Lennie and Lennie started to feel real bad.I think both of the characters sounded like lennie because it was comong from his point of view.

Comment by jessicaxo

Lennie talks to his Aunt Clara and a giant rabbit even though they are really not there. These characters represent hwpo Lennies life sort of is so they also have his voice.

Comment by seanfl

Lennie converses with an imaginary Aunt Clara and a giant talking rabbit. They both have Lennies voice and would be very scary.

Comment by clgarland

they represent lennie mental state and all of his dreams closeing in on him because of his mistake

Comment by kkbruce

I think that the rabbit and AUnt Clara represent a conscience. One good and one bad, that is why it was Lennie’s voice, it is like what he is thinking inside.

Comment by curlygrace13

I believe that the rabbit and aunt clara represents a conscience. A good conscience and a bad everyone has one. It was lennies voice because thats what he was thinking.

Comment by trayyd

Lennie talks to his Aunt Clara and a giant rabbits head while he waits for George in the brush. They sound like Lennie’s voice because he is speaking for them, that is what he was thinking.

Comment by rsborn

Lennie imagines he is speaking with his Aunt Clara, along with a Giant Rabbit. He is imagining this, because they are two things he was going to miss dearly, in my opinion.

Comment by busses

Lennie talks to his Aunt Clara and a rabbit while waiting for George in the brush. These characters resemble his conscious and mind.

Comment by wamanda

Lennie thinks that he is talking to his aunt Clara and a giant rabbit. These things are like his conscience telling him what he did wrong over and over again

Comment by swgama

Lennie talks to his Aunt Clara and a rabbit. He thinks of these people because he wants to see them and he wants to tend to the rabbits but Aunt Clara says that he can’t do anything.

Comment by ferxsurexbombb




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