Fate In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Of Mice and Men Essay In the book Of Mice and Men written by John Steinbeck, several of the characters are affected by Person vs.Fate and it shows throughout the book. person vs fate effects Curley's wife, Lennie, and George in the book. Curley's wife's fate is effected when she finds out she won't be a actor and then ends up marrying Curley. Person vs fate effects Lennie when he kills Curley's wife and that leads to his future of being shot by George. When George shoots Lennie it changes his future from getting his american dream to spending all his money at a bar the day after he earns it. Lennie's fate is decided when he snaps Curley's wife's neck. “And then she was still for a moment for lennie had broken her neck” Lennie's fate is decided when he snaps her neck and that leads to his future of being shot by George.”Don’t mess it up…” Curley's wife says that to Lennie when he is stroking her hair and that leads to her death that affects Lennie's future of getting shot by George. …show more content…

“he says he was gonna put me in the movies. says i was a natural” Curley's wife tells this to Lennie and when she didn't get a letter back her fate changed from movie star to wife of a men farm worker. “coulda been in the movies and had nice clothes. all them nice clothes like what they wear”. Curley’s wife is saying she would of had a great fate with nice clothes and luxury things but ends up with

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