Comparing Two Characters In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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In John Steinbeck's novel Of Mice and Men he describes two characters, Slim and Curley's wife. Steinbeck uses imagery to portray the negative and positive differences between the two characters. The character Slim is relatively shown in a majestic light, hence "the prince of the ranch". But in opposition to this Curley's wife was depicted as having hair like "sausages" with "rouged lips", not at all similar to royalty. Another main contrast is that while Slim's character description was more directed towards his persona, Curley's wife had an introduction based on her appearance. Lastly, Slim's "authority was so great that his word was taken on any subject". Slim was clearly a person whose opinion was held at a high regard. On the other end

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