Table of Contents
- 1 How does George explain his shooting of Lennie?
- 2 Who actually stole Carlson’s gun Why does George lie about the gun?
- 3 What does George do while telling Lennie the story?
- 4 Why is Carlson confused at the end of the novel?
- 5 What happens to George after he kills Lennie?
- 6 Why don t George and Lennie follow through on their dream now from Of Mice and Men?
- 7 What happens in of mice and men part 6?
- 8 What does the rabbit say in of mice and men?
How does George explain his shooting of Lennie?
George, although he loves his friend Lennie, shoots him in the back of the head as a mercy killing to avoid being brutally murdered by Curley. George kills Lennie because he feels responsible for Lennie’s actions. As Lennie’s caretaker, he was not there when Lennie accidentally killed Curley’s wife.
Who actually stole Carlson’s gun Why does George lie about the gun?
Although George agrees with Carlson when Carlson says that Lennie was the one who stole Carlson’s gun, it was really George, and not Lennie, who stole it. George lies about the gun because he does not want anyone to know that he came out with the intention of shooting Lennie.
What actually happened to Carlson’s gun?
George goes to the bunkhouse to steal Carlson’s gun. What did Carlson say happened to his gun? Carlson says that someone stool his gun.
Why do the men think Lennie has a gun?
The fact that Lennie supposedly has Carlson’s gun feeds Curley’s desire for vengeance. He is intent on killing Lennie and tells George, “He got Carlson’s Luger. Further irony lies in the fact that George uses the same gun to kill Lennie, just as Carlson used it to euthanize Candy’s dog.
What does George do while telling Lennie the story?
What story does George tell Lennie? He tells him the story of the farm they were going to buy. What does he do while telling him this story? George shoots Lennie and kills him.
Why is Carlson confused at the end of the novel?
Carlson is confused because he doesn’t understand true friendship. This relates to the theme of male friendship as not many guys travel together and many are alone.
What do the men suppose happened to Carlson’s gun Why is this hard to believe what is the greater implication of the missing gun?
What is the greater implication of the missing gun? The men think Lennie has stolen the gun. This is hard to believe because Lennie probably doesn’t know how to operate a gun.
Who does Carlson think stole his pistol?
Who does Carlson think has stolen his Luger pistol? He thinks that Lennie had taken it to the meeting place.
What happens to George after he kills Lennie?
After killing Lennie, George will never fulfill the dream of life on the farm. At the beginning of the novel, when George describes the dream to Lennie, he also describes other ranchers: “’They got no family. They come to a ranch an’ work up a stake and then they go inta town and blow their stake…
Why don t George and Lennie follow through on their dream now from Of Mice and Men?
George and Lennie weren’t alone because they had each other. In the absence of Lennie, the dream was dead and George was all alone. Candy and other helpful men could not have completed George’s dream.
Why does slim treat George as he does?
Why does Slim treat George as he does? He feels bad for him and he feels that George did the right thing by killing Lenny. George is a good worker.
Where does George shoot Lennie in of mice and men?
George agrees. He raises Carlson’s gun, which he has removed from his jacket, and shoots Lennie in the back of the head. As Lennie falls to the ground and becomes still, George tosses the gun away and sits down on the riverbank.
What happens in of mice and men part 6?
Of Mice and Men Part 6 Summary & Analysis. Hiding in the brush by the river, Lennie has a vision of his Aunt Clara, who tells him George would have had a much easier life without him. Lennie then has a hallucination of a giant rabbit, which tells him George will abandon him. George shows up. He is quiet and not angry.
What does the rabbit say in of mice and men?
An’ then what would George think?” “I would not forget,” Lennie said loudly. “The hell you wouldn’,” said the rabbit. “You ain’t worth a greased jack-pin to ram you into hell. Christ knows George done ever’thing he could to jack you outa the sewer, but it don’t do no good.
What did George say at the end of of mice and men?
“George gonna wish he was alone an’ not have me botherin’ him.” He turned his head and looked at the bright mountain tops. “I can go right off there an’ find a cave,” he said. And he continued sadly, “-an’ never have no ketchup- but I won’t care.