George often shows his anger since he is mad that he has been chosen to be the caretaker of Lennie. Meanwhile, Lennie is constantly behaving in ways which are not suitable or appropriate for his age or stature. All of these emotions lead up to George living a life where he knows he constantly has no companions or friends since the two of them are kicked out of every town due to Lennie. Due to this George is emotionally alone and this leads him to become even more frustrated. Lennie loves all of the little mice he finds but whenever he is allowed to hold one, he kills it accidentally with his strong grip.
Solid, rumbling, likely to erupt without prior notice, Macon kept each member of his family awkward with fear. His hatred of his wife glittered and sparked in every world he spoke to her. The disappointment he felt in his daughters sifted down on them like ash, dulling their butter complexions and choking the lilt out of what should have been girlish voices. (12) In this depiction, Morrison reveals such a truth. Like a tyrant, Macon controls and dominates everyone in his surroundings.
However, when Doug arrives at Ralph’s house he decides not to kill him because of the physical and mental state Ralph has deteriorated to. He’s already dead in Doug’s eyes. What people experience in childhood affects them into adulthood. Firstly, Doug randomly woke up on his 48th birthday and decided he had to kill Ralph. Doug lying next to his wife with children of his own sleeping in the other room woke up and decided that he “will arise and go now and kill Ralph Underhill” (Bradbury 1).
The characters in Of Mice and Men, the worst hard times, the great gatsby and Grapes of Wrath all have different ideas of their American dream and how to achieve it. Each have had their own struggles whether it was Lennie who couldn't quit hurting things, Gatsby who wanted nothing but love, or the many people in the worst hard times who just wanted their own land and somewhere where they could live. Gatsby wants daisy, everything else is a bore to him he believed that the only way he can be happy is with daisy and he cannot attain this dream the story foreshadows this at the beginning of the book by stating "Involuntarily I glanced seaward—and distinguished nothing except a single green light, minute and far away, that might have been the end of a dock." The Dock is where Daisy lives and the green light stands for envy. Gatsby envy's Tom and Daisy and wishes that she would be his.
Brother was very cruel and mean to him, but he still tolerates his brother’s badly treatment. It shows that Doodle love his brother deeply and truly. Doodle’s brother was treating badly to him, and did not care about him lot. One day, his brother took him up to the barn loft and showed him his casket, telling him how we all hnd believed he would die. Brother was very mean to young Doodle, it was very cruel for a disability kid.
George is the main character of the book. George is described as a small man who can get angry fast but is very understanding of others. George and Lennie’s dream is to own a ranch and live off the fat of the land. However, this is merely a dream that is never comes true in the end due to the many conflicts that Lennie causes. One of the many conflicts Lennie causes that makes their dream slip further away is when he and George had to run out of weeds because of his mistake.
In Madeleine Thien’s stories, “Alchemy” and “House,” from Simple Recipes, the protagonists, Paula and Lorraine, suffer life-altering adversity as a result of the selfishness of their parents. Selfishness permeates both stories. “Alchemy” explores the effects of the violent selfishness of Paula’s father, the impermeable selfishness of Miriam and her family, and “House,” the indulgent selfishness of Lorraine’s mother, as well as the occupationally-driven selfishness of her father. In both stories, families are shattered by desertion and misery that projects well beyond the stories themselves. There are no qualities of character or effective survival strategies presented in either story that might be considered hopeful against the wreckage caused
Doodle's brother was deeply embarrassed and humiliated at having a handicapped brother. Doodle's brother literally stated this fact when he proclaimed what a disappointment Doodle was to him when Doodle was just a baby. Doodle's brother's enormous embarrassment and disgust with his disabled younger brother was evident from the beginning, and only grew as they got older. You might be thinking the brother wasn't cruel to Doodle every second of every day. For that, you are correct.
George Milton is the protagonist of the novel. He is a hard worker and a great friend to Lennie Small; the man whom George travels with. He is an unintelligent man who is as strong as a bull. George and Lennie travel alone from farm to farm. George often gets angry with him because he is like a child, always gets into trouble, asks idiotic questions frequently, forgets everything, and cries over anything.