How does Slim react to Curley’s wife’s death? To Lennie’s death? What does this show us about his character?
Describe Curley’s reaction to both the death of his wife and Lennie’s death.
Was George’s killing of Lennie justified? Why or why not?
What story does George tell Lennie in Chapter 6? What does he do while telling that story? We’ve heard this story before. How is this telling different from the first time we heard it?
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?
Lennie listens to George. What does he do in chapter 6 that demonstrates how well he remembers what George tells him?
What makes the men think that Lennie is armed?