Of Mice and Men

comment on the way in which steinbeck describes the actual act of lennie killing curleys wife

chapter 5

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There is the sense of a nameless animal being killed an a barn.

She struggled violently under his hands. Her feet battered on the hay and she writhed to be free; and from under Lennie’s hand came a muffled screaming. Lennie began to cry with fright. “Oh! Please don’t do none of that,” he begged.