Of Mice and Men Questions and Answers
by John Steinbeck

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When George gets angry with all the trouble Lennie causes, what does Lennie say he will do in Of Mice and Men?  

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In chapter one of Steinbeck's novella Of Mice and Men George and Lennie camp in a spot between the Gabilan Mountains and Salinas River. They are on their way from northern California to work on a ranch near the small town of Soldedad.

George first becomes angry with Lennie over the dead mouse which Lennie has been keeping in his pocket. When George takes it away, Lennie goes after it again and this, along with Lennie's request for ketchup to put on his beans, sets George off. His anger boils over and he describes all the problems Lennie causes and his wish to be away from his friend and...

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