When Curly slugged Lennie in his face and Lennie doesn't do anything so, George said "Get him Lennie, Don't let him do it." When Lennie took Curly's hand away from his face and looked about for George. Curly had slashed at Lennie's eye and his face was covered with blood. George yelled at Lennie "I said get him (63). " Both of these examples suggest George doesn't want Lennie to get beat up and he rather get in trouble and lose his job.
In the novel, Curley is described to be cruel. He is a stout man but since he is the bosses son he thinks he can pick on anybody “ Never did seem right to me. S 'pose Curley jumps a big guy an ' licks him. Ever 'body says what a game guy Curley is. And s 'pose he does the same thing and gets licked.
John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men follows George Milton and Lennie Small as they attempt to survive the destitution of the Great Depression. The two travel together, making them different from the rest of the ranch workers, who are alone in their hardships. However, their relationship is more complex than the surface: it presents a power struggle with the ulterior motive to help oneself. Through the characterization of the ranch workers, Steinbeck makes a claim about human’s innate characteristics: people in power will use their status in order to solidify their position over the weak. Through George and Lennie’s relationship, Steinbeck exemplifies a power struggle in which the stronger of the two, George, prevails over the other.
Of Mice and Men, written by award-winning author John Steinbeck, narrates the story of two displaced migrant ranch workers, George Milton and Lennie Small, who travel together from place to place in search of new job opportunities and a chance to achieve their shared dream of settling down on their own piece of land, where they can finally work for themselves. To fulfil their dream, they are given an opportunity to make some well-deserved money by working on a ranch in Soledad, California along with the other ranch hands, who are all trying to make a living for themselves. Life is especially hard for them because the plot takes place during America 's Great Depression, which lasted from the Stock Market Crash of October 1929 until 12 years later when World War II began. But even in America, the land of the free, the land of freedom, the land of opportunity, George and Lennie’s struggle for their little piece of the American dream is frequently emphasised as impossible and unrealistic. Their chances of achieving the dream is lowered dramatically by the problems they run into in Weed.
This is because of savageries fun and appeal in the boys current environment. “There was the brilliant world of hunting, tactics, fierce exhilaration, skill; and there was the world of longing and baffled commonsense”(71). This quote literally expresses some of the main distinctions between Jack and Ralph’s thinking as well as the benefits of each ideology. This was the first event in which savagery took a step
In John Steinbeck’s novella Of Mice and Men, he writes about how two migrant ranch partners, George and Lennie, endure many challenges by describing how they work together to fulfill a planned dream. The dream gets cut short through a tragic event that leaves everyone asking why. Steinbeck wants his readers to understand the challenges George faced taking care of Lennie after his Aunt Clara dies. Good friends watch out for others, but great friends stick up for others. George and Lennie faced fear, found safety in each other, had a great friendship, and faced reality together throughout Steinbeck’s novella.
Life becomes harder for the Finch family when Atticus has to defend Tom Robinson, a black man, in a racist town. Throughout the book Atticus faces many conflicts that he handles very well, making him the hero of the story. When responding to conflict, Atticus Finch shows to be a very responsible man. Atticus states “...if spitting in my face and threatening me saved Mayella Ewell one extra beating, that’s something i’ll gladly take. He had to take it out on somebody and i’d rather it be me than that household of children out there.”
In William Faulkner’s Barn Burning, Colonel Sartoris Snopes ("Sarty") creates his own individuality as he try’s to resolve battle between justice and his loyalty towards his father. Being raised in 1895 by a poor family, Sarty has to adapt and work under the circumstances at a very young age. The Snopes are a family of sharecroppers; they work on farmland owned by wealthy proprietors. The antagonist, Abner Snopes, develops his own justice system by setting barns on fire. By doing this it sets a boundary between Sarty and Abner furthermore, by doing this it gives Sarty a pick and choose senior between him and his father.
To better understand the novella Of Mice and Men, the background of the story must be elaborated. The setting of the story takes place in the Salinas Valley, California during the The Great Depression in the 1930s. John Steinbeck, the author, tells about the protagonist, George, and the antagonist, Lennie, and their journey of constantly finding new work to pursue George’s dream to own his farm and “live off the fatta the
When Curley saw Lennie laughin’, probably thinkin’ about something fun, like petting dogs or rabbits, he walked up to him and teased him. As soon as Curley started punching Lennie, I told him (as I promised to), to fight back. Ya know what he did? Lennie grabbed Curley’s hand and he crushed it, like it was nothing. Lennie crushed Curley’s damn
Of Mice of Men, is a novel about George and Lennie, two ambulatory migrant companions and workers. They traveled through California during the Great Depression, looking for some work opportunities. Besides, the main characters George and Lennie personified the struggles to survive during the Depression. They possesses a strong dream of having their own farm. However, Lennie is mentally disabled, but a physically tough man who travels with George, his best and possibly only friend.
Baldwin grinned when no one was looking and told his uncle” are you finished because we were trying to finish our game please” Austin ran back over and asked why didn 't the dye was out. Baldwin quietly said its permeant dye and Austin grinned to. The soldiers looked at Baldwin’s uncle and asked why he did that to the boy and he simply told them “ that boy reminds me of someone form a long time ago”. We yelled at the soldiers to come back over and play us again. Baldwin and Austin were having so much fun with them and luckie was sitting there chasing his tail.
John Steinbeck, the author of “Of Mice and Men” is about two ranch workers who have been together for a long time. The two workers are named George and Lennie. George Milton is described as small and with very sharp features and his partner Lennie Small is huge and a hard worker. Lennie however has a learning disability and George tries the best he can to keep him out of trouble. Sometimes the pair can have some trouble with each other but they always get through it together.
Killing Lennie “You hadda, George. I swear you hadda” (Steinbeck 107). Slim, one of the main characters in Steinbeck’s, Of Mice and Men, says this to George as they walk away from Lennie’s body. Slim helps George realize that he did the right thing by killing Lennie himself instead of letting someone else do it before he did.