Lennie was stroking Curley’s Wife’s hair to the point that she became alarmed and panicked and when she did so, Lennie broke her neck by shaking her too hard, he wanted her to stop yelling. He did not mean to kill her and knew he did a horrible thing that would make George mad at him. George had to think about Lennie’s consequences of this, Curley wanted to lynch Lennie but George did not
George hears all of this yelling and come running to Lennie and hit him with fence picket but since Lennie is so scared he keeps holding on with his strong hands. Because of this incident, the girl then tells the law that she was raped so George and Lennie have to run out of
This impacts the audience as they would feel disgusted with Antonio, and sympathy for Barbara. It is then shown that Michele has ethics and morals, as he realises “the forfeit was too harsh” (page 19), so he stopped Barbara and he did the forfeit for her, as he actually lost the race. This makes
Did George do the right thing by killing Lennie? Lennie has a illness that makes him like to touch pretty or soft things, in the book lennie got in trouble two times for touching a woman 's dress and a woman 's hair. When lennie touches a woman 's dress and wouldn’t let go the woman got scared and started screaming when she got away after her dress ripped a whole bunch of guys started going after them but they got away. When Lennie touches Curley 's wife 's hair she told him to stop or he would mess he hair up and she said that a couple of times and when he didn’t stop she started to freak out, and when she tried to scream he covered her mouth because he knew he would get in trouble, but when she stated tosquerm he accidently broke her neck and ended up killing her. George killed lennie out of love because he didn’t want him to suffer.
Third, George had to kill Lennie because lennie would have done it again. Throughout the book, George mentions that he is tired of moving around from place to place. Every time they settle down Lennie goes and messes everything up. One example of that is a girl in a town called Weed. The girl was wearing a red dress, lennie thought the dress was pretty so he reached up to touch it.
George is cruel to Lennie a lot of the time, calling him “a crazy bastard” even though the connotation of “bastard” is astoundingly harsh. George earlier explains how Lennie makes them lose a job when Lennie acts strangely to a girl which frightened the girl and got them both in trouble, even though George was not even there at the time. Lennie tends to get them fired most of the time, so they have a spot that they meet up at, if there is some kind of problem. Lennie is hiding in the spot, the brush, that George told him to go to if he ever gets into trouble, after he accidentally kills Curley’s wife. He knows that what he did is wrong, but he doesn’t know how to fix it, and he thinks that George might be able to fix the problem.
He smelled the turducken and made it look like he would give it to her and really in the end not want it. You wouldn’t believe what he did next he raised his arm popped it in his mouth and say, “It’s good.” Mary Ann said, “That darn Ching ruining my plans!” Mary Ann looked like she was going to explode she yelled, “What is wrong with this society!” I can’t believe “What has happened before everyone was honest and polite but now people just piss you off!” ,said Mary Ann Ching looked guilty you could see it on his face. Mary Ann and Ching got into a heated argument while Ingrid attempted to break it up. Ingrid yelled at Ching and said, “what was that for?” Ching was silent while Ingrid started scolding him saying, “No more turducken for you!” Ingrid was tired of Ching's disrespect and him taking other peoples samples many times as this was not the first time this had happened. Ingrid knew she wouldn’t be seeing Ching again or at least for a while, as he just had a very embarrassing moment in front of many Costco members.
Lennie continued to play with her hair after she said to stop. He wouldn’t let go which caused her to worry. Lennie began to panic when she began to scream. He covered her mouth to muffle her cries for help with his large hands and eventually snapped her neck, killing her too. “I done a real bad thing,” knowing he has done something George would be upset about, Lennie runs away to the place George told him to go if he was in trouble.
The book begins with the two of them making their way to a ranch after being fired from their last job, which was working on a farm in the town of Weed. Lennie and George were forced to run from Weed because Lennie was being accused of a violent crime that he did not commit; however, during the Great Depression and especially in the West violence was widespread as people were frustrated and angry due to the lack of money, food, and very often, housing. Steinbeck realized this and incorporated it in this novel. He utilized violence as its driving force. In Of Mice and Men violence serves as the catalyst for
They thought she was an evil witch who cursed people for the bad. Lizabeth destroyed Miss Lottie’s sunflowers because she thought that the flowers was destroying the relationship with her family. One night Lizabeth parents was fussing in the middle of the night. Lizabeth was tired of it so she woke her brother up and they ranned to Miss Lottie’s garden. Her brother was yelling, “ Where are we going ?