Of Mice and Men

describe George's plan for getting the job at the ranch. what do we learn about lenni from this plan?

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George tells Lennie that they are going to bivouac a couple of miles away from the ranch so that they won’t have to work the morning shift the next day. As they prepare to sleep, George reminds Lennie not to say a word during their interview with the boss the following day. He also tells Lennie that if he runs into trouble, as he has so many times before, he is to return to the place where they've camped, hide in the brush and wait for George. Through this exchange (and those prior), we learn that Lennie's childlike demeanor isn't something George wants to interfere with their getting the job at the ranch.