Of Mice and Men Chapter 4 Quiz

Why has Crooks been able to accumulate more personal items than the other ranch hands? Because of the type of job he has. He is crippled and more permanent that the other men, so her can accumulate personal items without having to worry about how he will carry them with him to the next job.
What reason does Crooks first give for Lennie not being welcome in his room? Crooks saus at first that Lennie is not welcome in his room because Crooks is not welcome in the bunkhouse.
According to Crooks, why does a person need a companion? Crooks says that a person who stays alone too long goes “nuts”.
What is Crook’s initial response to Candy’s account of the dream farm and what evidence is there that his attitude changes? Crooks says that the dream will never materialize. He says he has seen hundreds of men chasing the same dream and never catching it. But when he hears that they have money for the farm in the bank, he becomes more convinced and even offers to woek for free if they will let him come with them.
According to Curley’s wife, why are the men afraid to talk to her when there is more than one present? Curley’s wife says that the men are “scared of each other… scared the rest is goin’ to get something on you.”
Why doesn’t Curley’s wife like talking to her husband? because all he ever wants to talk about is beating up people.
What reason does Candy give when he says that they are no longer afraid that Curley’s wife will get them fired? Candy explains that they are no longer afraid because they now have somewhere else to go—their own farm.
What makes Crooks so bold as to confront Curley’s wife and tell her to leave his room? He forgets his own limitations as a black man of the 1930s because Lennie and Candy have come in and treated him as an equal. For a moment, he later explains, he forgot how powerless he really is there.
How does Candy finally make Curley’s wife leave the barn? Candy gets Curley’s wife to leave the barn by telling her that he has heard the other men returning from town.
What does George say about Candy and Lennie visiting with Crooks? George tells them that they should not be in Crook’s room and that should not have told him about the farm.

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