Of Mice and Men

why does crooks relent in his taunting of lennie?

of mice and men

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George has gone into town with the other ranch men. Crooks insinuates that George will might not come back and leave Lenny alone. This is a mistake. Lennie is a pretty big guy and gets angry, "ain't nobody talk about no hurt to George". This scares Crooks and he immediately stops taunting him.