Of Mice and Men

What two imaginary visitors does Lennie have while sitting on the river bank?

chapter 6 of mice and men

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Lennie imagines the figure of his Aunt Clara - a plump, aproned woman with thick glasses - who scolds him for getting George into so much trouble.

Lennie also imagines a gigantic rabbit that mocks him for ever believing that he could tend the rabbits. The imaginary rabbit says that George will beat him with a stick when he arrives.