1. Why has Crooks been able to accumulate more personal items than the other ranch hands?
2. What reason does Crooks first give for Lennie not being welcome in his room?
3. According to Crooks, why does a person need a companion?
4. What is Crooks’s initial response to Candy’s account of the dream farm and what evidence is there that his attitude changes?
5. According to Curley’s wife, why are the men afraid to talk to her when there is more than one present?
6. Why doesn’t Curley’s wife like talking...
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