Of Mice and Men

of mice and men

What is the dream that Lennie asks George to tell him? and what meaning does it have for them. in the book called of mice and men?
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The dream of having a little farm is recited so many times because it keeps Lennie and George focussed. Lennie needs the reassurance that a child might need that the future will get better. George needs to recite it to retain his sanity as they move from farm to farm. The dream is all they can hold onto.

"I remember about the rabbits, George."

"The hell with the rabbits. That's all you can ever remember is them rabbits." pg 18