posted by Anonymous on .
How does George show he protects Lennie when they meet the boss?
My Answer- George answers all of the boss' questions himself to prevent the boss from finding out that Lennie was crazy and not smart and then not giving them jobs. Also, George tells the boss what a good strong worker Lennie is. Also, George lies for Lennie and says Lennie's his cousin and that's why he's going through so much trouble for him.
This one you have reasoned out very well.
How about this:
George responds for Lennie to make the boss see Lennie work before he hears him talk, which could be a mistake that would cost them their jobs. George lies for Lennie by saying that they are cousins so that the boss doesn't suspect Lennie of disability? Also George says Lennie's mental deficiency was caused by an accident when he was younger rather than something Lennie was birn with.
In The Call of the Wild, why did Buck end up in the Yukon Territory? (1 point)
He was eager to join the hunt for gold.
Judge Miller sold him to a pair of French Canadian mail carriers.
He was kidnapped by a gardener and sold to cover gambling debts.