Who is Lennie?
A migrant worker, that travels alone from ranch to ranch.
An Itinerant farm worker like George, he is described as having a child's mind in an adults body.
A small aggressive man with a grudge against the world and a reputation as a fighter.
He is the 'stable buck' for the ranch, the man who provides the support for the many horses and mules the farm uses.
What animal does Lennie hide from George at the beggining of the novel?
A Dead Rabbit
A Dead Squirrel
A dead Mouse
A dead puppy
What story does Lennie always want George to tell?
The story about how Aunt Clara once used to make cakes for George and Lennie
The story about how George and Lennie will one day rule America
The story about how they made their escape from weed.
The story of the small farm in which he means to buy.
What does Slim give Lennie
4 ferret scalps, for him to pet so that he doesnt kill any real animals
$300 USD for the small farm they may one day own
Who decides to fight Lennie in the bunkhouse
Lennie's appearance is quotes as being..
'A huge man, Shapeless of face... and he walked.. the way a bear drags his paws. His arms... hung loosely
'A tall, stoop shouldered old man'
'A small Aggressive young man'
'Small and Quick, dark of face, with restless eyes and sharp, strong features'.
Which of the following does not describe Lennie?