Friends help protect and care for one another
friends help and protect eachother by giving eachother advice and standing from one another.
Friends have eachother's backs no matter what. Friendship is strong.
Friendship brings out the best traits, such as being helpful and protective of one another.
Let's hear some themes that aren't about friendship. Any other ideas in this chapter?
Men should look after one another and expect nothing in return
How about instead of the word, "Men" you put people.
People should look after one another and expect nothing in return.
Similarities of the problems between men
Slash that the idea of freedom and being confined by Curley
who is being confined by curley and how is this the theme for chapter 2?
People should stick together and help protect each other
People become cruel and callous during times of hardship.
hmm, Curley isn't poor nor does he do work, yet he's still cruel.
Over-protection examples a thoughtful act of care for another
challenges come in new enviorments
I think the theme is that desire creates tension between the character and the character's environment
keep your word despite the difficulties that are encountered
-EX: George protects Lennie even though he constantly gets into dangerous situations.
People have the nature to protect those who are weak and vulnerable. George protecting Lennie shows the truth behind this theme.
I think the theme is having to face reality. George and Lennie have to face living conditions and people that they are not going to get along with.
Friends keep friends out of trouble whether its a problem with a women or a man
How do you think that Slim and his puppies affect the theme?
Innocent people are sometimes known to be guilty?
Care is needed in relationships... George and lennie
lennie and the pup
I think the theme for chapter 2 is to tolerate.
George and Lennie must tolerate Curley's attitude because they know its better to tolerate his attitude than to go against him.
Power gives men the authority to judge for others.
Perhaps if Curley's father wasn't Mr. Boss Man, he'd be a bit more reserved or even shy? And he wouldn't have the guts to go and bug people bigger than him?
slim's pups affect the theme because lennie just says George after Slim talks about the pups, and George knows he wants one.
Tread lightly in new territory.
It think the theme for chapter two is:
Being cautious and distrustful can be advantageous
or something like that.
Since george warns lennie about keeping away from curley and his wife, and even the boss questioned george what he was "trying to put over".
I think the theme is there is no room or tolerance for the weak.
Because the mom dog couldn't feed all the puppies, so slim drowned some of them.
I think the theme for chapter 2 is reality in life
you have to work with people you don't like. just like how Lennie and George have to deal with curely.
These ideas are much more thoughtful. Good job, Nuggets.
The theme for chapter 2 is life because life is hard for lennie and george, they deal with all these problems and hardships in chapter 2.
I think that the theme of chapter 2 is that friends must look after each other. Doing this can have benefits for both of them by not getting them/themselves into trouble.
I know I'm a little late but, how about people care and lookout for the innocent & weak.
theme: tolerating people doesn't mean weakness, it means strength and the ability to handle people's ignorance.
The theme that I chose for chapter 2 was a great friendship goes through both thick and thin.
I believe the theme of chapter two is that people act as an obstacle and the point is to find someone who has your back and to protect you.
Stand up for one another , through thick and thin.
For all you last minute people: The weak are only tolerated by few. like how slim doesn't tolerate the extra puppies, yet George tolerates being with Lennie.
The theme explored in of mice and men showsthe importaance of friendship and the perils of its absence
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