The Conversation Of Curley's Wife By John Steinbeck

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Curley’s wife marries Curley in spite of her mother. She states that she does not like Curley. “‘Well, I ain 't told this to nobody before. Maybe i ought’n to. I don’ like Curley”’.(89) She simply marries Curley in a way to get back at her mother. Another reason Curley’s wife marries Curley, is she believes that her mother ruined her dreams. Curley’s wife could have been a movie star. She has one opportunity but she did not receive a letter. Curley’s wife believes that her mother stole it from her. “‘Well I wasn’t gonna stay no place where I couldn’t get nowhere or make something and where they stole your letters”’.(88) “‘I ast her if she stole it, too, an’ she says no”’.(88) Curley’s wife has this whole conversation with Lennie. In conclusion
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