Of Mice and Men chp 4 Comprehension

Curley’s wife is lonely because she’s a woman. Candy is lonely because of his age. Why is Crooks lonely? The other guys don’t want him around.
Why does Lennie wander into Crooks room? Lennie sees his light on.
Why is Crooks rude to Lennie? Lennie has no right to be in Crook’s room.
What is Crooks’ initial evaluation of Lennie? Crooks thinks Lennie doesn’t belong in the barn.
How does Crooks taunt Lennie? By telling him that George might not come back.
Why does Crooks relent in his taunting of Lennie? Lennie starts to get upset and walks dangerously towards Crooks.
What does Curley’s wife suspect about Curley’s injury? She thinks Lennie busted Curley’s hand and he didn’t get it caught in a machine.
What is Curley’s wife’s reaction to the dream of the farm with the rabbits? She told Lennie that if all he wants is rabbits, maybe she will get some rabbits.
How does the promise of the farm embolden Candy and Crooks? It gives them hope for the future which gives them strength to stand up against Curley’s wife.
Why does Crooks abandon the dream of the farm? He decides he wouldn’t want to go to a place like that.

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