George had a decision to make, would he let the boys from the farm lynch Lennie for killing Curley’s wife or would he kill him himself. When Candy’s dog was killed he thought he “ought of shot that dog [himself]” and regretted not doing so, this is a mistake George does not wish to make. This is why he himself steals Carlson’s gun and as his “hand [shake] violently,” but when he heard the men getting closer he had no choice and “he pulled the trigger”(Steinbeck 111). In the last few sentences Slim invites George for a drink, now George became one of the men that he said Lennie and he would never
Steinbeck perfectly portrays the harsh truth of society and how many dreams are destroyed causing misery and emptiness (“Of Mice and Men.” Novels 248). At first George and Lennie aspire to own a farm that they can call their own. Candy and Crooks later join this dream to escape from society’s harsh judgment. The four of them slowly make their way towards their goal. However, their dream ends when Lennie kills Curley 's wife and is hunted down.
In “Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck, George made the right decision in shooting Lennie because Lennie did not know his own strength. Another reason is If George did not kill Lennie others would have killed him. However, the other side might argue that Lennie did not mean to kill Curley’s wife, thus he deserves to live. George should have killed Lennie because Lennie did not know his own strength, that is the reason why he killed many things by accident and caused many problems. “Why do you got to get killed?
He said it is not his place to do so and that heaven will judge her when it comes time. The ghost also tells him that he fell asleep in the garden and Claudius poured poison in his ear to kill him. Hamlets fear about his uncle was true after all. “O my prophetic soul!” he cries (1.5.40). After finding out all this information, Hamlet was in a dark spot that lead him to acting insane to investigate the accusations that his father had made.
This actually shows friendship because George can’t see another solution that doesn’t involve them being on the run from the law. What happened here was that Lennie ended up killing Curley’s wife which then when the rest of the ranch found out they went on a manhunt to find and kill him. Curley actually wanted to torture him to death. So what George ends up doing is sparing him from this fate by killing himself. The book states, “Lennie said, "I thought you was mad at me, George."
Should someone be let out of jail if they killed their child to stop their suffering? In Daughter by Erskine Caldwell, Jim Killed his daughter because she was starving, he worked hard but his money was taken away and couldn’t afford food. Jim killed her because he could watch her starve anymore, many outsiders supported him. Readers either agree or disagree that he should be let out of jail. I agree he should be let out, he did it out of love.
The pose writer of this piece “Of Mice and Men” reproduces closure to his conclusive chapter doing exactly this, a tie back ending. As well as we were told on the first chapter "Lennie if you jus' happen to get in trouble like you always done before, I want you to come right here an' hide in the brush… Hide in the brush till I come for you" just here Lennie is during this last chapter, he got on a misfortuned accident. Throughout the story Lennie is represented as a clumsy strong man who doesn't recognize or even know about his strength, he often kills soft thing since he pets them way too hard, this action and conduct repeats at least four times during the novella. Lennie’s killing habit foreshadows the events of this penultimate chapter leading to the consequences of the last chapter. The last scene of Lennie and George displays their usual relationship Lennie committing mistakes and George being mad at him.
He down was cause by him killing Macduff’s family. Macduff come back to defeat Macbeth and give Malcom the crown that was to be his after his dad killed over. This tragedy could have be prevented by Macbeth never meeting the three witches in the first place would be the best way to solve it. But by running into them on his way home it made a headache for the town. It cause the lives of many and would have been more if he would have not overpowered by Macduff.
Now Candy is probably just going to die somewhere because some socially incompatible man decided to take the neck right out of Curley's wife's neck. You can find where all of the dreams are destroyed in the last chapter when Lennie kills Curley's wife, as well as when George kills Lennie. This goes to show that the moral of this story is when you mess up because you aren't paying attention. Not only can you affect your life, but you can also have a big impact on other people's lives. Don't do something that you can't take back, and don't do something you will have regrets for, especially if it can hurt someone else's life.
Killing your own best friend would be an event that would haunt you for the rest of your life. In the book, “Of Mice and Men”, there is a special connection between Lennie and George, that in the end, is destroyed. From my own point of view, George's decision to shoot Lennie was for Lennie's own well being. The situation was unimaginable, but, if I were in the same position as George, I would have gone through with it for Lennie's sake. Not everything in this story should be so “black and white”, the circumstances change everything up completely, you have to think about the consequences of what would have happened to Lennie if he didn’t have George, and, how the other “options” George could have taken would have eventually played out.
At the end of John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men”, George shoots his best friend, Lenny, in the back of the head. He didn’t have very many other options. What he did, though, could be looked as evil. In the end of the book, Lennie, who is large and dumb, accidently kills the farmer’s son’s wife. He goes into hiding the men all go looking to kill Lennie.