Of Mice and Men - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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It is late afternoon along the Salinas River, and the sun has started to set. Lennie walks out of the brush. He kneels down at the edge of the pool and drinks. He then sits on the bank and embraces his knees. Lennie speaks softly, saying that he did not forget and is hiding in the brush. He is worried that George is going to be angry and want to live alone. He says he will go off and live in a cave. From out of Lennie's head comes an old woman. The imaginary Aunt Clara scolds him for doing bad things. Lennie apologizes, saying he tried to behave. He again says he will go off into the hills and live in a cave, but Aunt Clara tells him that he will never leave George. Instead, he will stick around and create problems for his friend. Aunt...

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