Have you ever read the novel Of Mice and Men? In the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck George and Lennie wanted to live in the American Dream, but Lennie kept getting into trouble, so George had to make a decision about how to make Lennie stop getting in trouble. George made the right decision to kill Lennie, so Lennie wouldn’t get into anymore trouble. George made the right choice because it let Lennie go through a painless death, it stop Lennie from making more mistakes, and Lennie can now live in the American Dream like he always wanted in heaven. Some may argue, that George made the wrong decision because Lennie was all that George had.
This shows that the only reason why the Greasers participated in the rumble was to get even with the Socs and to take that win for Johnny’s death. The only reason why they wanted to become even with the Socs was because the Socs always pick on them and treat them like garbage. Instead of the Greasers fighting with weapons to kill Socs, they wanted to be fair and asked for the rumble to not include weapons because “ A fair fight isn't rough, Blades are rough. So are chains and heaters and pool sticks and rumbles. Skin fighting isn't rough.
He got luck when he used his knowledge to go to the official car and when he didn’t run and instead lied about being a Jew. He also got lucky when instead of running away or giving in he lied about he good he was carrying and said he had a store. Vladek was also unlucky sometimes when he was resourceful. An example of this is when Vladek made a bunker him and his family got caught. All of this shows that Vladek survived the Holocaust because of his knowledge which also created
Finally, when he returned his homeland Ithaca and disguised as a beggar because he can fight alone, so he has to know which people’s hearts still loyal to him. I think it’s the main lie that this book. Also, in my opinion,even though it was lying, it wasn’t a bad thing because the only one way he entered his hall and beat up the suitors. Also, the gods help him to do this thing. In the book of the Odyssey, Odysseus’s lied at times and I think they all were an important part of this book.
He done quite a bit in the ring. He’s a lightweight, and he’s handy.” (24). This is referring to Curly and how George and Lennie should watch out for him because of his past in the ring. Also in this quote, the old man is referring to how the bosses son is exactly like the boss. This is not a good sign for George and Lennie because
Curley was wondering how the fight switched from him winning to Lennie winning. Lennie’s strength had made Curley wonder how George was able to convince Lennie to fight. The end of the fight showed that power and control can make people do any action told. In Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, Steinbeck uses metaphor, simile, and diction to create pathos to perpetuate the theme of power and control. In the novel George and Lennie have a friendship were George tells Lennie what to do and Lennie does it.
George may seem controlling of Lennie seeing as if Lennie makes anymore mistakes, George could lose his job and reputation. Nevertheless George feels the need to protect him after almost getting him killed back when they first met. George played a prank not knowing that Lennie couldn 't swim and Lennie almost drowned. In all these instances George has both a controlling side and a protective side. George tries his hardest to protect Lennie but when the situation calls for it, and in Lennie 's best interest, George was able to make the hard call and pull the trigger.
Beowulf was recognized as the “strongest of the Geats” and an incomparable warrior whom none could surpass. What he is most noted for is how important he finds glory to be. When he requests to fight Grendel for Hrothgar he states he will fight without a sword, as Grendel fears none and fights using his claws. Beowulf fears that if he points his sword to a creature that uses none would be disgraceful and will not bring glory. “But Beowulf longed only for fame, leaped back into battle” line 486, this shows that even as Beowulf is faced with a fight that may be his last, his need for glory
Mark is crippled by it at times, but he ultimately learns that the best way to fight back is simply by moving on and facing his fears the best way he can. It doesn’t work all the time but considering the situation he is in, he’ll do just about anything. The next movie I liked with a great theme was The
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.