Describe The Relationship Between Lennie And Curley's Wife

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George always has Lennie on his back. He has to be constantly reminding Lennie what is happening and it’s very annoying on his part that Lennie forgets all the time. In in the story, George tells Lennie what is happening and what’s the plan on where they go. “So you forgot that aweady, did you? I gottta tell you again, do I? Jesus Christ you’re a crazy bastard!... O.K.-O.K. I’ll tell ya again I ain’t got nothing to do might jus’ as well spen’ all my time tellin’ you things and then you forget ‘em, and I tell you again” (Steinbeck, Chpt 1). George takes his time to remind Lennie about something and it bothers him because Lennie won’t remember it. This makes us feel that it’s annoying him that he takes his time to remind Lnnie just so he can…show more content…
He knows Lennie would never do anything huge huge like kill someone or any huge living being. George always told him to stay away from Curley’s wife because she’s trouble and Lennie never listens and never knows when to stop even when it’s turning into something horrible. “ And she continued to struggle, and her eyes were wild with terror he shook her then, and he was angry with her… And he shook her; and her body flopped like a fish and then she was still, for Lennie had broken her neck” (Steinbeck chpt 5). George does not know what Lennie has done yet but since Lennie did this Curley is about to go for a man hunt for George’s friend Lennie and this makes us feel sympathetic that he is about to lose his friend. George found out and goes to find Lennie before anyone else. So he can have the last moment before he George does something that ends their friendship along with the troubles from Lennie. “And George raised the gun and steadied it, and he brought the muzzle of it close to the back of Lennie’s head the hand shook violently, but his face set and his hand steadied he pulled the trigger the crash of the shot rolled up the hills and rolled down again Lennie jarred, and then settled slowly forward to the sand, and he lay without quivering” (Steinbeck chpt 6). George ends up killing Lennie himself. This must of been very hard for him because even though Lennie was a hassle, George remembers when they were together and how they had hopes and dreams of having a farm together and that they had a good
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