Of Mice and Men
John Steinbeck

Lennie said craftily— "Tell me like you done before."
"Tell you what?"
"'Bout the other guys 'an about us."
George said, "Guys like us got no fambly. They make a little stake an' then they blow it in. They ain't got nobody in the worl' that gives a hoot in hell about 'em——"
"But not us," Lennie cried happily. "Tell about us now."
George was quiet for a moment. "But not us," he said.
"Because I got you an' ——"
"An' I got you. We got each other, that's what, that gives a hoot in hell about us," Lennie cried in triumph.

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