In spite of the fact that George and Lennie’s friendship is not always easy for George to handle because of Lennie’s shortcomings, George is always ready to vouch for Lennie” (Rollins 21). For example, he assures both the boss and the other workers that Lennie is a good worker and therefore deserves the job “...he’s sure a hell of a good worker. Strong as a bull” (Steinbeck 24). Lastly, George considers himself and Lennie lucky to have each other and thinks that they are not as lonely as the other workers because they have each other. They also have their dream of having their own place together, a dream
Coach Vargas is a great encourager to many people, he always has an upbeat positive attitude, and always wears a smile on his face. Coach Vargas communicates his encouragement through many ways; motivational speaking, coaching, and in his teen leadership classes just to name a few. If one desires to attain the trait of encouragement,
There has to be something that a person can predict, no matter if it was wrong or right. Foreshadowing, is a major part of the book that readers, like me, can unequivocally enjoy. In conclusion, Foreshadowing has major role in the story Of Mice and Men. The different parts that are elaborated in to the story make it a richer book, which people still read today, hence becoming a literary classic. Lennie, from the beginning, was already replete with foreshadowing.
5). This quote shows the reader that Lou Ann and Taylor are really good friends. They can relate to each other and laugh about things together, even when they first meet. Later in the book, it shows us one of the reasons why they are such good friends. Taylor and Lou Ann stay good friends because they help each other.
Lennie supports George and every decision that he wants to make and the ones that he makes. Their friendship allows them to not feel the pain of loneliness. George and Lennie have spent most of their lives together and they are accustomed to just having each other, they are most likely oblivious to the fact that they are all each other have. In the novel Of Mice and Men, Steinbeck exhibits the underlying factors of George and Lennie’s relationship. The guilt, the love the both genuinely feel and share, and the simple fact that they do not want to be alone, keeps them
In John Steinbeck's novel Of Mice and Men there are a lot of themes. The themes consist of friendship, loneliness, discrimination and dreams. All of these themes are important, and play immense role in the outcome at the end. The major theme is that friends stick together; unconditionally; this is demonstrated through Lennie and George's actions in Weed, in the bunk house, and in the aftermath of Curly's wife's death. One example of true friends sticking together is exemplified when George stays with Lennie after Lennie's actions in Weed.
Throughout life, everyone experiences good and bad relationships. Many authors explore this idea, including John Steinbeck in Of Mice and Men and Mitch Albom in Tuesdays with Morrie. Of Mice and Men conveys that relationships often are composed of a strong and a weak person. However, this does not necessarily mean that all relationships are negative. Tuesdays with Morrie shows that once you form a bond with someone, it lasts forever.
When I was young, I realized that I love being able to bring a smile to somebody’s face. I currently work in a retirement home, I love enjoy making the residents feel as though they are important as well as making sure their day is as great as it can possibly be. I have never had a resident unhappy to see me, in fact, it is quite the opposite. When a resident in need of assistance lays their eyes on me, their faces light up with excitement because they know their day got easier and they have someone to talk to.. Not only do I love helping people, but I also enjoy studying anatomy and physiology. Because I love helping people as well as the study of anatomy and physiology, I would love to go into healthcare in the future.
This event taught me to be the one to help other people. I became a person people can come to when something is troubling them. I am never annoyed that people talk to me and I feel honored that they trust me enough to share their secrets with me, I cannot help but wonder, why me? Maybe, because I listen and do not judge. I want people to be as happy as they can be.
I enjoy the Southern dialect utilized within the dialogue because it makes the novel authentic. This choppy way of speaking is written exactly how Twain intended for it to be spoken, which allows the reader to vividly depict the scenes in their heads. Heartbreaking and heartwarming aspects of the novel showcase the plot’s diversity and in turn attracts me to this tale even more. The character development enables the audience to grow with the story’s stars and forces those who read it to become emotionally attached and invested, which is its final gravitating