Who is George?
An Itinerant farm worker who travels around the country with no permanent home. He is Lennie's friend and companion.
An aggressive young man with a grudge against the world with and reputation for fighting.
A long time hand at the ranch, he has never seen much of the world because he rarely leaves the ranch
A 'Jerkline skinner', in control of a team of horses on the ranch, and is seen as the leading worker in the bunk house.
What does George Promise? And who to?
To Curley that he will not try anything with his wife.
To slim that he will not tell anybody that Lennie hurt his hand.
To Aunt Clara that he will look after Lennie.
To Curleys Wife that he wont tell Curley that she doesn't like him
Who is George Constantly having to get out of trouble
What does George order Lennie to do?
He orders Lennie to drink at the beginning of the novel
He orders Lennie to cover his ears when Candys dog is being shot
He orders Lennie to reply to the Boss when spoken to.
He Orders Lennie to fight back against Curley.
Where does George leave Lennie to go?
He goes to kill the runt of the pups after Slim requests him to
He goes to the local Brothel with the rest of the ranch workers
He goes hunting with Slim.
He goes with Carlson to shoot Candy's dog
What is Georges appearance quoted as being?
'A tall, stoop shouldered, old man'
'A huge man, shapeless of face... and he walked.. the way a bear drags his paws. His arms... hung loosely'.
'A skinny freckled face with a long defined chiseled nose'.
'Small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features'.
According to George, why are he and Lennie different from other migrant laborers?
They don't have any responsibilities.
They are not lonely, for they have each other.
They have a chance to fulfill their dream of owning land.
They cannot move from job to job as easily because of Lennie's disability.