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1. How is Crook’s living quarters different from the men’s bunk houses? He has lots of possessions throughout his room. He has lots of possessions throughout.

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1 1. How is Crook’s living quarters different from the men’s bunk houses? He has lots of possessions throughout his room. He has lots of possessions throughout his room. He is alone and secluded because he is black. He is alone and secluded because he is black. His room is swept and fairly neat. His room is swept and fairly neat. Of Mice & Men Chapter 4

2 2. For what reason does Lennie go to the barn? Lennie heads to the barn to look for his puppy. Of Mice & Men Chapter 4

3 3. When Lennie comes to visit, why does Crooks react badly? He is immediately defensive of his space. He isn’t allowed in the other men’s bunk house, so he doesn’t like anyone in his, bothering him. Of Mice & Men Chapter 4

4 4. During the conversation, what do we learn about Crooks’ family life? We learn that Crooks was born in California on a chicken ranch. He grew up in a white neighborhood and had white friends, although is father didn’t like that. Of Mice & Men Chapter 4

5 5. Why does Crooks tease Lennie about George leaving him? He loves how gullible and naïve Lennie is, so he decides to see how far he can go teasing a white man. Of Mice & Men Chapter 4

6 6. How does Crooks truly feel about Lennie and Candy’s visit? Although he acts as if he is bothered by their visit, he seems to appreciate the company. Crooks seems very lonely, but is still quite guarded around his visitors. Of Mice & Men Chapter 4

7 7. Why does Crooks doubt George, Lennie, and Candy’s goal of acquiring land? Crooks says he has heard it all before and has known other ranch men who have talked about similar dreams, but never made them a reality. Of Mice & Men Chapter 4

8 8. What does Curley’s wife say she could have one instead of marrying Curley? Curley’s wife says that she could have “been somebody” and been an actress in movies. Of Mice & Men Chapter 4

9 9. How does Curley’s wife threaten Crooks? Curley’s wife threatens could get him “strung up a tree” for talking to her. Of Mice & Men Chapter 4

10 10. Why does Crooks say he was “jes foolin’” about working at the ranch? He feels slightly embarrassed and beaten down after his encounter with Curley’s wife. Also, he likely thinks that George & Lennie’s dream could never happen. Of Mice & Men Chapter 4

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