Of Mice and Men

Chapter Six of mice and men

Explain whether you believe Lennie understand the severity of what he just did? Evidence from the text.

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No Lennie does not understand the severity of the situation. He has killed a woman and all he laments about is if George is angry with him. George does not consider the greater consequences of his actions beyond George being angry and not letting him tend the rabbits.

Lennie said, "I thought you was mad at me, George."