Do you think Curley learned his lesson? Or will he keep on bullying others?Why does Steinback put so much detail into George and Lennie's dream?
Candy is missing a hand and can't do much. Do you think the others will think about getting rid of Candy, like they did to his "useless" dog?Did Curley learn his lesson after George smashed his hand? Or will he keep on bullying others?
Why does Crooks finally relent and let Lennie into his room?
What is so important about Lennie's dream that it shows up in basically every chapter? Does it symbolize anything?Will Curley's wife be the same horrible person until the end of the story? Does she have a background story? And she is so important; why isnt she given a name?
What would you do if you are in a fight with Curley's Wife?Will Curley's Wife do something to Crooks?
Are George and Lennie going to ever get the farm they always dream about? Don't they already have the money for it with Candy? Why don't they just buy the farm and live their dream?Will Crooks change his mind and go with Candy, Lennie, and George to their dream farm? What about Slim, or possibly Carlson?
What would you do if you were crook in the situation at hand? (Curley's Wife Situation)Will George and Lennie ever fulfill their dream of having a farm?
Why isn't Curley's wife given a name?Why does Crook end up helping George, Lennie and Candy get their dream home?When Lennie says "I have you, and you have me", what does it signify? Why does Steinbeck repeat this phrase so much?
Will Curley's Wife do something to Crooks?Why isn't the Boss around the farm if he is in charge?
At the bush, Lennie imagines Aunt Clara and the Gigantic Rabbit scolding him. What do the things he imagine here symbolize? What does Lennie and George's dream symbolize?What does Curley's wife symbolize?
When will George learn to appreciate Lennie?When will Curley realize what his wife is doing?How long will Lennie restrain himself from now on?
Is Crooks just there to be the person everybody can pick on?Why is the only person George truly trusts Lennie?
Why did George decide to kill Lennie?
Why does not George just leave Lenny?Why does candy want to kill his dog and does this have any connection to George wanting to kill Lenny and not let the mob get him?
How do you think Steinbeck wrote this story, as in why did he write this story? If you were in Lennie's situation, where he runs away, after he accidentally killed Curley's wife and hid in a bush, where would you go instead of the bush?