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1  Lennie watched him from over the fire.
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2  Bring your bindle over here by the fire.
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3  George still stared morosely at the fire.
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4  George walked to the fire pile and lighted the dry leaves.
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5  Lennie knelt and looked over the fire at the angry George.
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6  George turned the bean cans so that another side faced the fire.
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7  They sat by the fire and filled their mouths with beans and chewed mightily.
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8  Lennie crawled slowly and cautiously around the fire until he was close to George.
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9  He stood them about the fire, close in against the blaze, but not quite touching the flame.
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10  He looked across the fire at Lennie's anguished face, and then he looked ashamedly at the flames.
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11  It was quite dark now, but the fire lighted the trunks of the trees and the curving branches overhead.
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12  In front of the low horizontal limb of a giant sycamore there is an ash pile made by many fires; the limb is worn smooth by men who have sat on it.
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13  They made their beds on the sand, and as the blaze dropped from the fire the sphere of light grew smaller; the curling branches disappeared and only a faint glimmer showed where the tree trunks were.
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