Why is the boss upset with George and Lennie?

Why is the boss upset with George and Lennie?

The boss thinks that George is taking Lennie’s money (selling him out). He thinks this because George won’t let Lennie talk. What reason does George give for taking care of Lennie? He lies and says they’re cousins and that he promised his “old lady” that he would look after him.

Who does the boss punished when George and Lennie are late?

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What excuse does George give the boss for Lennie’s slowness?

The boss doesn’t like George and Lennie’s relationship because the boss thinks that George is hiding something. What excuse does George give for Lennie’s slowness? His excuse for Lennie was that he was a hich in the head by a loss when he was hiding.

Why did Curley’s wife let Lennie pet her hair?

Why does Curley’s wife offer to let Lennie caress her hair? Curley’s wife lets him touch her hair because she likes attention, she also likes soft things and she is not afraid of him. Candy’s fear is now that Lennie has killed Curley’s wife, they won’t be able to get the ranch.

Why do George and Lennie feel different from other guys?

Why do George and Lennie feel they are different from the other guys? They believe that they have a future, and more importantly, have each other to look after. Describe how things are going to be “someday” for George and Lennie.

What does Lennie always remember even when he forgets everything else?

What has George told Lennie about that he always remembers even when he forgets everything else? Lennie always remembers that he will be the one to tend to the rabbits on their “dream” farm. On this farm, Lennie will tend to the rabbits and pet them whenever he wants.

Why did Aunt Clara give Lennie a rubber mouse?

Aunt Clara gave Lennie a rubber mouse because he wouldn’t be able to kill it. He didn’t like it because it wasn’t any good to pet.

What does George say he could do if he didn’t have Lennie?

Frustrated by Lennie’s love of petting mice, George rants about the things that he could have if he did not have to take care of Lennie. First of all, he says: I could get along so easy and so nice if I didn’t have you on my tail. I could live so easy and maybe have a girl.

Why does George warn Lennie not drink too much water?

George tells Lennie not to drink too much water because it is scummy and he is afraid it will make him sick. The men have not yet reached the ranch, and it is standing water. George is aware of this, but Lennie just sees water. He is thirsty, so he drinks.