George´s character knows he would have an easier time without Lennie but he sticks with him anyway, showing that companionship is worth the hardships. ¨’...if I was alone I could live so easy...no mess at all…’ George went on furiously. ‘I got you!...You get in trouble…I was jus’ foolin’, Lennie. ‘Cause I want you to stay with me”(12,14). The author uses the word “furiously” to show how angry George is that Lennie makes his life so hard.
While in South Dakota, McCandless wrote to Ron “If you want to get more out of life, Ron, you must lose your inclination for monotonous security and adopt a helter - skelter style of life that will at first appear to you to be crazy. But once you become accustomed to such a life you will see its full meaning and its incredible beauty” (Krakauer, 57). Chris urges Ron to leave behind his safe life in Salton City, California and explains to Ron that there is no comfort in a settled life. Ron will begin to encounter an adventurous existence once he welcomes this style. McCandless was and is an inspiration to many people.
“When I think of the swell time I could have without you, I go nuts. I never get no peace.” Then shortly after Lennie says that he could live in the hills, George then tells Lennie he doesn’t want to see him go away, “I want you to stay with me, Lennie...” This shows that even though George hates taking care of
This is due to George promising Lennie's aunt that he would take care of him. George who portrays himself as Lennie's family throughout the book tries his best
The two main characters in this story are George and Lennie, they travel together and yet both express their struggles and fears of being alone. Very early in Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, George shares with Lennie how he wishes he were alone. He is one of the few character who actually has someone to keep him from loneliness, yet he wishes to be alone. He has tolerated living and traveling with Lennie for so long that he wishes he could experience what it would be like to be alone. In the same way his partner Lennie threatens him that he will just go up into the mountains and find a cave and live without him.
They have been close since Lennie 's only family member left him and George had to take care of them. They are like brothers they love each other but they fight like brother. Steinbeck does a great job making Lennie seem sympathetic as he is gentle, caring, kind and nice. Lennie shows he is
Imperfection is Inevitable Perfection cannot last forever and nothing is permanent. Things can take a turn for the worst when you least expect it, causing the perfection of your dreams to not exist. There are many examples of this theme shown throughout the story. Lennie cannot stay in one place for one time, causing the dream of a farm to be unrealistic. On page 7 of the novel, George says, “I could get along so easy and so nice if I didn't have you on my tail.” George enforces the thesis of nothing is permanent by telling Lennie that he could easily leave him and “get along so easy and nice.” Curley's wife was murdered, despite her having a perfect body.
This brings us back to Frankenstein, Victor 's relationship with his parents friend, and Elizabeth translated by good words, Shelley uses quotes to emphasize the importance of human relationships (especially, family 's relationship) and how important they are to a person 's well-being “My children, my firmest hopes of future happiness were placed on the prospect of your union. This expectation will now be the consolation of your father. Elizabeth, my love, you must supply my place to my younger children. Alas! I regret that I am taken from you; and, happy and beloved as I have been, is it not hard to quit you all?
This quote represents the strong bond that Monte Cristo has with Mercédès. Even though she married Fernand after Edmond had been imprisoned, he still cares so much for her. He told her he would sacrifice his own life for Albert; even though he didn’t end up dying, it was still significant. He also gives her the money that was in the box that they buried together. That must be really hard for him to relive that memory.
"An' why? Because...because I got you to look after me, and you got me to look after you, and that's why." This quote shows friendship the most. Friendship is one of the most important things throughout the book in the book George and Lennie are very good friends and they need each other to survive in such a bad area and jump from job to job "'Ain't many guys travel around together,' he mused. 'I don't know why.