The quote shows that If George did not have Lennie, maybe he could have a better life more than this because he does not have to take care of Lennie and he can live his life without get in trouble. George had done the right thing. He should kill Lennie because Lennie cannot control his mind because of his mental problem even he did not mean to do the thing that he have done but George might have the better life If he did not have to take care of Lennie and at last if George did not kill Lennie, Curley will shoot Lennie. However Lennie is going to die in someday and It is better choice if Lennie gets killed by George not the other
Lennie’s dependency on George helped the reader at the end of the book because it showed that Lennie was not capable of doing things on his own and needed George to steer him in the right direction. Lennie needed George and was not safe on his own. Killing Lennie was George’s way of showing a sacrifice by doing something that would be best for Lennie but would hurt George emotionally. Lennie needed to die and it was better that George shoot him than anyone else. Sacrifice is needed in order to have a successful relationship and George went through that sacrifice to do what was right for his
It is likely that Marlowe refrains from implicating Carmen in order to spare General Sternwood’s feelings. Marlowe acknowledges his own deep-seated loyalty towards his clients, declaring that he uses “what little guts and intelligence the Lord gave [him] and a willingness to get pushed around in order to protect a client” (Chandler 114). However, there is one display of loyalty in the novel that Marlowe does not fully condone. After Carmen Sternwood murdered Rusty Regan, Vivian Regan covers up her sister’s crime in order to protect Carmen and prevent her father, General Sternwood from knowing what transpired. When Marlowe deduces this, he gives Vivian three days to leave and have Carmen institutionalized.
It was well known by a few that Lennie would never do anything to hurt a single soul. Lennie tried his best to stay out of trouble and for the most part, it worked. In Of Mice and Men, George and Lennie often talk about their plan to buy a little house and let all their worries drift away from them, but in the end it doesn’t work out that way. Their dream floats away due to an incident that caused Lennie to be killed. John Steinbeck was smart in his way of quick thinking and connected Of Mice and Men to the poem written by Robert Burns.
In Of Mice of Men by John Steinbeck was banned because of the use of the word God in a profane way, objectification of the black characters, and the portrayal of prostitution throughout the book. Steinbeck wanted to illustrate how people talked and acted towards black people and the portrayal of prostitution with everyone being short on money they would do whatever it takes to get a paycheck. From my experience from reading Of mice and men, I didn't think anything was wrong with the book at all I thought it was a great book. Giving I was in 11th grade when I read the book but still if I had a kid and they had to read this book I would be happy due to the good life lessons they use in the book. Now I'm not saying a support dropping the n-word
Whether you are trying to protect people from the truth by hiding secrets you are still not being honest which is the same as lying. A vague example in the novel is when Ben first hears about his terminal illness. Instead of telling his family, he decides to skip treatment and not tell his family. Keeping this secret makes the most sense to Ben at this time. “I know this is too much for your mother, but your dad is the most level headed man I know.”
but they all seek a connection with other people and things. The book, Of Mice and Men, is about two men, Lennie and George, who have to keep traveling from farm to farm because Lennie has a tendency to get into big trouble because of his child like mind. This book takes place at a farm that is George and Lennie's final destination before they make their big dream come true. There at the farm they meet other farmers that they develope feelings for.
“A healthy relationship doesn’t drag you down. It inspires you to be better.” (Mandy Hale) This powerful quote relates to the manifold relationships in Of Mice and Men, because the most powerful relationship in the story was built upon individual assets coming together to create a successful trio. While the destructive relationship in the book is the entirety of the quote, as George is the one being dragged down.
It 's the 1930s. George Milton and Lennie Small are great companions, or cousins, contingent upon who they 're conversing with. They needed to all of a sudden leave town so now they 're searching for work in California 's valleys and fields, wanting to accomplish the American Dream. In any case, as we as a whole know, this can frequently be incomprehensible. Lennie is an unwilling troublemaker thus when both men begin their new occupations, George is uncertain whether he will be ready to help and ensure Lennie this time.
In the Novella Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, Steinbeck introduces important characters such as Curley’s wif a flirtatious women who causes problems and does not want to be lonely, George a migrant worker who’s dream is to own his own place, and candy and old man who wants to get off the farm and live off the land. Each one of the characters have dreams that affect the decisions they make. Steinbeck uses George to present the struggles migrant workers faced during the great depression while he searches to fulfill his dream of owning his own land. George is a migrant worker who travels with his friend Lennie while they look for work so they can save money to buy there own place. George and Lennie were sitting in the bunkhouse talking
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck is one of the most widely read modern novels in high schools today. John Steinbeck uses dialogue that can be seen in the times of The Great Depression but also does an outstanding job by making it sound familiar and seem more accessible in the eyes of young readers. The book's main focus is ranch travelers struggling to find work in the 1930’s. Steinbeck uses the themes of friendship and loneliness that is vastly seen in the characters of George and Lennie as well as Candy and Curley's wife.
The pursuit of happiness was something I never gave much thought to until it was brought up this year. Reflecting back over this past school year I can honestly say that I not only learned more about what the pursuit of happiness is as a whole, but also how it applies in my personal life. I think it is fair to say that different things make us humans happy. Just a small example, it may make you very happy when your favorite sports team wins, and for someone else they could care less. It may make you very happy if it is sunny and 75 outside, but to some people that isn’t something that makes them happy.
Of Mice and Men is a novel by John Steinbeck, set in northern California during the Great Depression in the 1930’s. In the novel, the two main characters George and Lennie are set apart from the others with their strong bond and willingness to stay together. Due to their connection, others are jealous of them. Sadly, the inevitable occurs, and a life changing decision is made, disconnecting their friendship. Through the characters George and Lennie, readers learn how friendships provide hope through hard times.