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Of Mice and Men: Chapter 2

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Kelsey Morgan

on 14 May 2014

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Transcript of Of Mice and Men: Chapter 2

Chapter Two

Major Events
Meet major characters:
Curley's wife
Candy and his dog

Curley's wife
World without the weak
Candy, Curley, Carlson
Four little puppies
Literary Devices

"...in and out of the beam flies like rushing stars." (pg 18)
"...a jerkline skinner, the prince of the ranch..." (pg 33)
"A brake screeched from outside."
"His tone was friendly. It invited confidence..."
women treatment
Lennie's disability
The Calm
The Storm
The Flood
The Depths
-Of Mice and Men-

Kelsey Lowery
Apprehensive: uneasy or fearful about something that might happen
Barley: the grain of this plant, used as food and in making beer, ale, and whiskey
Contorted: distorted
Derogatory: tending to lessen the merit or reputation of a person or thing
Skeptically: showing doubt
Swamper: a menial general assistant
"She was
suddenly apprehensive.
'Bye boys' she called..."
(pg 32)
"'Gonna buck barley?'
'That's what the boss says.'
(pg 34)
"His face contorted with thought."
(pg 30)
" He had drawn a derogatory
statement from George."
(pg 27)
"'I ain't so sure,'
said George skeptically."
(pg 19)
"The old swamper
looked quickly at him..."
(pg 20)
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