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Why does Steinbeck include the imaginary conversations between Lennie and the rabbit and Lennie and Aunt Clara?
Select ALL that apply.
The conversations contribute to the theme "the importance of dreams."
The conversations help prepare the reader to accept George's decision to shoot Lennie.
The conversations are one last comment on the oppression of the weak (animals and women).
The conversations highlight Steinbeck as a more credible storyteller.
The conversations demonstrate how Lennie has crossed the threshold from intellectually disabled to insane.