George doesn’t really have confidence in Lennie for instance on the ranch, George wouldn’t let Lennie talk because George didn’t want Lennie to miss getting the opportunity. The author describes Lennie personality as a very soft guy, but in reality he is very strong and substantial. “ George….. I ain’t got mine. I musta lost it.
“But little Mouse, you are not alone,” is a quote from the poem by Robert Burns, To A Mouse. This quote directly relates to how some of men treat Lennie, Slim and George want to feel like Lennie’s companion. However, Curley feels very intimidated by Lennie because he is big and gets special treatment from the men. In chapter 3, Curley picks a fight with Lennie and instead of stopping Lennie from hurting Curley the men egg Lennie on, Lennie ends up breaking Curley’s hand. Crooks and Curley’s wife have another point of view on Lennie, both of them at different times try to show Lennie that George might not always be as faithful as he has been.
Me an’ Lennie an’ George. We gonna have a room to ourselves. We’re gonna have a dog an’ rabbits an chickens.’ ” (76). Candy thinks the more people there is to help George and Lennie’s dream the better because cooperation is the best option. Candy feels very helpful because he wants George and Lennie attain their dream and by doing that, he invites Crooks and himself to join in with them.
This proves that Curley's wife is weak and she is upset that the men won't talk to her. She uses her power against them to hide the fact that she is lonely and insecure. Secondly, Curley's wife sees herself as a tease to the other men although they want nothing to do with her. She uses her pretty face of makeup, nice body, and bouncy hair to show off to them. When she enters the barnhouse, Lennie is fascinated by her.
George specifically tells Lennie to stay away from Curley’s wife. But, Lennie likes to pet soft things, because he has the mind and maturity of a six-year-old. So one day, Lennie was petting her hair, and he accidentally broke her neck. He killed her because he has no control of his own strength. So now, George
What makes these dreams American is that they wished for unconditional happiness and freedom. Throughout the story, the characters realized the impossibility of their dreams. Companionship Companionship is a central theme and motif from Of Mice and Men. Lennie and George often express that they take care and look after each other. Many characters from the story including Crooks, Candy and Curley’s
Hulga doesn’t care about Manley at first because she sees him as another country person. After convincing Mrs. Hopewell that he is a good country person, he catches Hulga’s attention when he lies to them about his chronic disease. He mentions that he has this “heart condition” (372) and he “may not live long” (372). This automatically catches Hulga’s attention because she has the same condition. She gets really excited and even invites him to stay over for dinner (372).
For example Curley, the boss son. He quickly takes a disliking to Lennie, because he gets jealous on Lennie because he is bigger and stronger. Curly has a wife who is very lonely, and search for attention around the bunkhouse where the men lives. Slim is the skinner, and is on of the few who understand the importanes of the conradship between Lennie and George. And then we have Candy.
The “Tell Tale Heart” and the “Landlady” have similar layouts but many different scenes. The “LandLady” has one main difference from the “Tell Tale Heart” and it is love. In the LandLady you can tell that the caretaker or maid has a love and affection for young men but the “Tell Tale Heart” the butler hates and despises of the older man. Also the “Tell Tale Heart” and the “Landlady” have completely different characters. The maiden is very nice and has no hatred int the men that walk in, but with the butler he has never liked the old man and from the start wants to kill him.
Scene 1—Summary (25-28): After Major dies three nights later, the animals, whereas unsure when the uprising will occur, spend their days planning the Rebellion in secret. Among the pigs who are considered the most intelligent, Snowball and Napoleon are the two leaders of the revolution. While Napoleon has a reputation for always getting what he wants despite not speaking much, Snowball is considered more eloquent and creative (25). A third pig that plays the assisting role, Squealer, is extremely articulate and persuasive, and others think of him as one who is able to “turn black into white” (26). These three pigs try to explicate the fundamentals of “Animalism,” an ideology that they develop from old Major’s teachings, to other animals through secret meetings held several nights a week (26).
Slim has power and receives great respect from all of the others living on the ranch. Carlson is trying to convince Candy into letting him shoot his dog and Candy looks to Slim because he does not want to do it
They are going to work at a ranch to earn money to buy the little ranch they want. They meet many people, some nice and some mean. One of the first characters they meet is candy. A very nice older man and his old dog. Candy’s dog is very old and suffering, in this book they made a decision to put him down.
Although George can be seen as caring to others he may be seen as controlling over what Lennie says and does. In chapter four, George goes off with the other farmhands to have fun and relax while he leaves Lennie alone back at the ranch. When Lennie goes off to pet his pup that Slim, one of the other farmhands, gave him, he sees someone else in the barn so he goes over and starts to talk with the stable buck, Candy.. When George found out what Lennie was talking about with a black guy, he scowled at Lennie and scolded him. "George scowled.