Who's place does Lennie walk into?
What does Candy want to talk to Lennie about?
Who walks in on Lennie and the dead puppy in the barn?
What does Lennie use to kill Curleys wife?
What animal stall is Curley's wife found by?
Who visits Crook first when the other men are in town?
Who appears during the conversation between Lennie and Crooks?
What game do the men play in the barn to pass time?
What does Curley always talk about when he is talking to his wife?
Where does Lennie go after he kills Curleys wife?
Where does Curley and his wife meet?
Where does Curley send Whit when he finds out his wife is dead?
What does Curley send Whit to get when he finds out his wife is dead?
Where do the men go in chapter 4?
What was Curleys wife wearing when she was talking to Lennie?
What is Crooks?
What does Carlson say he is going to get after they find Curleys wife dead?
What is Lennie going to see when he meets up with Crooks?
What direction does George say Lennie ran towards after the murder?
What was Curley's wife's dream job?
Who says they're going to shoot Lennie when they find Curley's wife dead?
What did Candy say Curley got his hand stuck in?
How much does George say he is going to make at the end of the month?
Where is Lennie when he strokes Curley's wife's hair?
What game were the men playing on Sunday afternoon?
Whose gun did George use to kill Lennie?
Who does Candy first tell when he finds Curley's Wife dead?
What does Lennie take with him whne he leaves for the brush?
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