He captured her and brought her back to the bandit camp. Where she ended up thinking that Rooster and laboeuf left her for good. At this point the bandits leave Mattie in the bandit camp with Chaney. Mattie then had to act quickly she pulled her revolver and shot at Chaney again. The shot had caused her to fall into a pit.
Huck’s action show that Jim means a lot to him, and Huck will risk everything to get Jim back. In addition, Huck is in a moral dilemma where he must determine if he wants to give up Jim’s location or continue to go down the current path that they are on now. Huck writes a letter to Miss Watson and reveals Jim’s location, but chooses to tear the letter up after thinking about what Jim has done for him. Huck states that he sees Jim “standing my watch on top of his 'n, 'stead of calling me, so I could go on sleeping; and see him how glad he was when I come back out of the fog; and when I come to him again in the swamp, up there where the feud was; and such-like times; and would always call me honey, and pet me and do everything he could think of for me, and how good he always was; and at last I struck the time I saved him by telling the men we had small-pox aboard, and he was
George turned “to Lennie and says ‘jump in’ An’ [Lennie jumped]. Couldn’t swim a stroke. He dam near drowned” (40). If Lennie is willing to risk his life for another human so easily the chance of him performing anything another person wants him to do is high, creating a dangerous environment for the people around him. Furthermore George was going to be ostracized and potentially punished if he did not aid in the capture of Lennie or shoot him.
Sree Muthukrishnan 9.6 Of Mice and Men Summative Assessment Rationale: This following letter takes place a few years after the ending of “Of Mice and Men”. I pictured a request from George to ask Slim to join his farm. I wrote these letters so that they portray the friendship of George and Slim during their time together at the ranch and after that. I used informal writing to write their voices. I tried to write in a voice that George and Slim would normally speak in.
Curley’s wife is shown as a victim in the novel, at the point when Curley goes to accuse Slim of talking to his wife, and at this point Slim says “it seems like she can’t stay away from the men”. E The evidence aspect clearly states both the women are shown as victims by their respective
She’s already gone’” (112). Mark Fossie thought that everything was going right for him, however he did not realize that Mary Anne would leave him because of the war. He feels desperate because he thought it would be good to bring over Mary Anne when in reality it forced them to split apart and now he has no
In chapter four, when Lennie is coming in to visit with some of Slim’s puppies, one of which Slim gave to Lennie, Crooks vents to Lennie about how lonely he is. “ S'pose you didn't have nobody. S'pose you couldn't go into the bunkhouse and play rummy 'cause you was black. How'd you like that?” When Crooks says this to Lennie, it shows us several different things about his character. The first is that he is discriminated against because he’s black, and this creates a rift between him and the other ranch workers.
In another scene, he tries to take the pup that Slim gave him into the bunkhouse. George tells him to bring the pup back and Lennie says “What
There were examples in Of Mice and Men too. Slim was the only one at the ranch besides George and Lennie who understood true friendship. Slim understood what George had to go through dealing with Lennie and shooting Lennie.“Slim twitched George’s elbow. ‘Come on, George. Me an’ you’ll go in an’ get a drink.’” In this part of the book, the others at the ranch congratulated George after he shot Lennie, but Slim understood what George had to go through and he offered to go to the bar with George.
Although Lennie didn't want to fight, he did because George encouraged him to. 5) Slim told Curley that his new story for why he looked so beat up is because he “got his hand stuck in a machine”, so that they don't get in trouble for what Lennie had done. Quote: