Lennie and Cosmo are similar in many ways but also very different with the fact that Cosmo is a fairy and his show is a cartoon. Lennie is a strong, large and slow man. Lennie can’t tell right from wrong, he often has pets that he kills because he pets them too hard. Towards the end of Of Mice and Men he actually pets a woman too hard and ends up killing her. Lennie, because of his mild mental disability depends completely on George; pretty much to survive.
I can go away any time,” proves that Lennie will do anything for George. This is the main difference between the two friends is that they have very distinctive philosophical views. Lennie is a committed dreamer as all he thinks about is the rabbits he can attend to when they get the farm. Lennie said, “Let’s have different color rabbits, George.” He want different colored rabbits although that isn’t possible to do clarifying the idea of him being a dreamer. As the opposite, George said, “I think I knowed from the very first.
After working all day in the fields candy’s (another worker) dog who is old and smells, walks into the room making everyone else angry this shows foreshadow because putting the dog down represents the responsibility of having to care for something and with candy it is his dog where he has to have its best interests in heart. Then later in the passage candy says to George how he should have shot his dog instead of letting Carlson does it. This foreshadows the end of the book where George ends up having to shoot lennie to keep him from suffering just like candy and his dog where both parties just wanted their friend to have a happy ending to their life. This foreshadowing contributes to the book in the long run because at that point in the book you know what George is going to have to do at the end of the book and this shows how the character is going to have to change before the end because from this text you know that something is going to happen between George and lennie and this foreshadowing crates suspense because you know it’s going to happen it’s just you don’t know when causing the reader to always be on the guard for when it does creating a dark and suspenseful atmosphere for the remainder of the
There was dancing women in dresses with their partners, a food table, and music. George went over to the dancing area while Lennie wandered off towards the food. He got his plate and started to gather some food when he stopped at this grotesque pig looking thing on a platter when he said “whats this?” the man standing next to him said “Its rabbit” Which came as a shock to Lennie and he dropped his plate on the ground and said “Who cooks up little baby rabbits and eats em” Lennie then walks away with a disgusted look on his face. George on the other hand has not been any better by himself, he's been slapped three times for using the wrong words talking to women and punched in the stomach for bumping into a guy. When he sees Lennie walking his way.
There was a distorting smell, a smell of dead men. Lying around for days, their clothes drenched in blood, and blood formed beside them which made a small pool. One soldier’s eyes where staring directly at me as if to say, “Run away and save yourself!” Then I saw a big, fat, ugly, beefy black rat, feeding on its prey, eating and peeling away the meaty flesh. The Sergeant ordered me to pick up the body. The soldiers pulled a wagon and they flung the lifeless body on to it, as if the body had no use anymore.
In this part of the story, the blood represents death and According to Georgie, death is everywhere around him and he is bothered by this fact and that’s why is the one striving and working hard to clean it all up whereas the floor seemed fine to the narrator. Another instance can be recognized in the rabbit part of the story where Georgie runs over a pregnant rabbit and kills her. In this part of the story, the author definitely made his “life giving character” kill a pregnant rabbit, but in doing so, he saved eight little miniature rabbits temporarily at least. Later on, the narrator killed them carelessly. This is another instance of the story that Georgie gave life to eight bunnies whereas the narrator took away those lives.
This follows on to the death of the lady, due to Lennie stroking her hair, gradually petting harder and harder, tragically breaking her neck. For George, this only came down to one decision, to shoot Lennie himself. Lennie was on the run; after earlier in the story being told that if he had been involved in any trouble, to meet at a certain place. Lennie fortunately remembered this, resulting in George eventually accompanying him once again. George decided to kill Lennie himself because he knew that if Curley found the beast, he would instantly shoot him.
The Big, Bad Pup I was quietly entering the barn filled with hay, my red dress and perfect curls all in place. As soon as I rounded the last corner, Lennie looked up and saw me. He was suddenly is a panic and shoved hay over a mysterious object. I wondered why he would be so sneaky and mysterious and quickly asked him what it was. Lennie replied, “George says I ain’t to have nothing to do with you – talk to you or nothing.” I laughed, questioning George’s reign on Lennie.
George also does the euthanizing of Lennie correctly. George finds Lennie and begins talking to him in a soothing way. He talks about the rabbits they will have, and how they are different from other people. George talks with Lennie for some time. At last George tells Lennie to look across the river and Lennie obeys him for one last time.
In of mice and men George and Lennie have this big idea to work and save up their money to build a farm. lennie gets so excited about the idea and wants to have rabbits because he loves soft fury animals. In the end the plan doesnt go as well as expected, Lennie ends up killing his puppy and also curlys wife. So george had no choice but to shoot him. In the T.V series Dexter, the main character "Dexter" is living a double life almost, he is a blood splatter specialist in homicide.