It starts off by them just walking to Horsehead Landing but while walking down there he realizes that Doodle has fallen. He helps him up but realizes that he has failed to get Doodle prepared for school if he still can’t walk long distances (Hurst, 360). He also realizes that he has failed in finding pride for his brother. They hear a thunderstorm approaching and begin to head home. It then begins to rain so they start running home.
The next day, Lennie pup gets killed by himself because he bounce it too hard. Curley’s wife also get killed by him because he is afraid when she wants to scream. In the end of the story, George kills him because Lennie kill Curley’s wife and runs away. George and Lennie meet long time ago and when Lennie's aunt dies, George and Lennie get well together and get use to each other after they work together. They have a dream together which is to have a house by themselves and pet many animals.
They decided that they would walk to Two-Bit’s house and drive them home in his car. While they were walking, Cherry and Marcia 's boyfriends drove up to them and they left. Pony and Johnny were on their way home but they decided to stop at the lot and look at the stars for a while. Eventually, they both fell asleep and by the time Ponyboy got home, it was 2 am.
Curley’s wife is perhaps the least mentioned and regarded as a minor character but she is perhaps the most essential in the message of attachment. All she has is Curley, whose abusive nature is causing her to despise him more and more every day. She craves talking to others and forming an attachment to the boys on the farm (39). This causes her to try and make conversation with everyone around her. "Nobody can't blame a person for lookin', (40)", She says this as she reached a point where all she wants people to acknowledge her.
Although he perceives danger posed by Curley’s wife, George cannot be with Lennie every hour of the day therefore cannot truly protect Lennie from himself. Describing Lennie and George as being powerless helps the reader understand that being outcasts and being called weak describe what life is like for them on the farm. They are struggling to become stronger. They are trying to prove
The story is centered around two migrant farmers; Lennie, who has a mental disability, and George, who watches over and protects Lennie from getting into any trouble. One of the mens’ fellow workers, Curley, has a wife who is constantly ignored and discriminated against because of her gender. While attempting to reassure Lennie after the loss of his pup, Lennie repeatedly states that he must follow George’s orders and avoid talking to her. Frustrated, Curley’s wife begins to rant about her true feelings after stating “‘I get lonely’” (Steinbeck 87).
The most significant change from the book to the film was that in the book Dally was shot and died before he hit the ground while in the movie he looks up at Pony still alive and says his name, and this is significant because it adds more emotion to the scene causing Pony to be more upset with what all has happened. In the book, Johnny had just did and since Dally was like a big brother to johnny, he couldn't take it. He ran out of the hospital without a word. Later on he calls Darry from a payphone explaining that he was running from the cops for attempted robbery of a grocery store and was heading for the park. When he was after a while, the cops shot him under a street light and was dead before he hit the ground.
Near the end of the movie, Curley wife came into the barn to try and chat up Lennie, but Lennie told Curley’s wife that he wasn't allowed to talk to her because George told him she might cause some problems. (Of Mice and Men) At this point, Lennie had just killed his puppy on accident and was already worried about how mad George would be, so he didn't want to add fuel to the fire by talking to Curley’s wife. This is significant because it displays the impact of the dream farm on Lennie. He is worried that by disappointing George he wont be allowed to tend the rabbits, so he tries his hardest to stay out of
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. Lennie smiled admiringly "Gosh, she was so purty".
“Come with me I will take you to your father he will know what to do.” And with that he turned and beckoned for her to follow. Ounce they had woken up her father she told him what had happened. “Ahiga we must act now quickly and quietly in the dark, take your men across the river and do your job.” “Yes lord Bly I will take twenty men immediately.”
Then Curley comes in and looks for his wife. When he hears that she isn 't there and that Slim is also in the barn, he goes to the barn, and then Whit and Carlson follow him and hopes for a fight. Candy overhears the discussion between George and Lennie of their farm, and offers to contribute $300 toward the cost if George and Lennie will let him join them. George eventually agrees, and then the three men muse on what their place will be like and they agree not to tell anyone of their plans. Candy admits he should have shot his dog himself.
While George and Lennie buck barley in the movie, George sees Lennie hauling by himself as much as two other guys haul together and he smiles as if he would if he were proud of his own son. George also must give Lennie orders and care for him just as though Lennie were his own child. While Curley beats up Lennie, George must yell, “Get him Lennie,” because Lennie doesn’t know what to do. At the beginning of the novel, George orders Lennie to wait for him in the brush by the river if he ever gets in trouble. Similarly, when Lennie starts taking his pup out too much, George advises him to put the pup away since he doesn’t realize he will hurt
Of Mice and Men Summary Lennie and George are the great friends on a journey to find work. They are unable to hold down jobs, because of Lennie’s disability for holding pretty objects, like puppies, mice, rabbits, and women. They soon find good fortune when they get work at a ranch near California. George fears how the boss will react to Lennie, so he insists that he’ll do the talking.
Jane quickly stopped singing and silently look at her mother with fear in her eyes. The men continued riding their horses to the house about a mile from where Jane and her mother were, Ruth told Jane they must be asking the homeowners if they saw anyone running around last night. As night fell on the swamp Ruth began carrying Jane. She was walking through field moving very slowly just incase someone was out looking for her.
The next day Henry was at the sale barn asking his friends if he should still go through with this. The other kids circled around henry and Barry, the first punch was thrown by Barry, but it was a miss, then Henry threw one punch and went to the ground. one of Barry’s friends yelled “ I think he’s not conscious.” This man came out and yelled “ I’m gonna get you kids!” Henry ran like a hare being chased by a predator.