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George and Slim had further the characterization of Lennie by carrying out a conversation of Lennies intelligence and good personalities Slim stated Maybe he aint bright but I never seen such a worker p39 This proved that although Lennie is dumb he is surely strong George also explained a little of Lennies background when he said Him and me was both born in Auburn I knowed his Aunt Clara She took him when he was a baby and raised him up When his Aunt Clara died Lennie just come along with me out working p40 Slim sad Hes a nice fella p40 and He aint mean I can see Lennie aint a bit mean p41 George agreed Course he aint mean But he gets in trouble alla time because hes so God damn dumb p41 This conversation between George and Slim about Lennie was somewhat helpful in continuing our characterization Now we know where Lennies relatives are and why he is to follow George Also we know that Lennie is very hard-working and very nice However he is a bit of a troublemaker Maybe this is a foreshadow of what troubles may occur if Lennie accidentally misbehaves Through the first part of this chapter we learn that George is very protective and caring for Lennie it jus seems kinda funny a cuckoo like him and a smart little guy like you travelin together p39 When Slim said this George defended Lennie by saying he aint no cuckoo Hes dumb as hell but he aint crazy An I aint so bright neither or I wouldnt be buckin barley for my fifty and found p39 George definitely doesnt seem to like others mocking Lennies disabilities Course Lennies a God damn nuisance most of the time But you get used to goin around with a guy an you cant get rid of him p41 Georges attitude towards Lennie may be considered loving caring protective and somewhat
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