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in the story mice and men In what way does the author signal the reader to pay close attention to the conversation between George and Lennie at the campsite? A. He notes a drastic change in George's manner of speaking as he is telling Lennie the story about the farm. B. He describes the meal that George and Lennie share. C. He tells the reader how Lennie likes to pet soft things and how George is always having to take them away from him. D. He highlights the fact the Lennie eats more than George.
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A. He notes a drastic change in George's manner of speaking as he is telling Lennie the story about the farm.
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