Carlson and Whit are more minor characters in the novella. Carlson is unsentimental and aggressive, and he convinces Candy to let him shoot his dog. Whit is native and enthusiastic about lie – he likes simple pleasures and is easily amused. Carlson is insensitive; this is because he does not consider anyone’s feelings. He thinks that Candy’s dog should be shot because it is old and smelly, he persistently argues to shoot the dog, an example is when he says “Well, I can’t stand him in here” and “and he stinks to bear hell.
And then she was still, for Lennie had broken her neck”(100). And so, she was dead. Well, this quote “I don't like curley. He ain't a nice fella” clearly means that Curley was rude and not nice to his wife. She did not have a lot of privileges like she couldn’t talk to anyone else but Curley because Curley would get mad.
He behaves threateningly to Lennie because "he hates big guys. Kind of like he's mad at em' because he ain't a big guy."(29). Shortly after Lennie and George encounter Curley's wife and Lennie can't help but gawk at her; "she's purty. "(35).George sternly tells Lennie "you keep away from herm 'cause she's a rat-trap.."(36). Lennie in his instinctive animalistic way burst out "I don't like the place, George.
“I was rubbing his nose in the dirt”(Lee 30) said Scout. This proves she is acting childish by bullying Walter for no reason, which is not going to help the situation. Second, Scout shows she is immature when fighting Francis because he made rude comments about her father. “ [she] split [her] knuckle to the bone on his front teeth. [With her] left impaired [she] sailed in with [her] right”(112).
Their mutual dependence on one another is what keeps George and Lennie together. Lennie stays with George because he has no other option. His only family, his aunt, has passed away, and he has the mind of a very young child. He would not be able to survive on his own: it is because of George that he is able to find work, and it is George who ultimately cares for him. George stays with Lennie, I believe, out of a sense of duty and an overwhelming loneliness.
Lennie thrives off of George’s way of speaking about their dream and also the way he talks about him and Lennie’s unique and strong relationship “Guys like us that work on ranches, are the loneliest guys in the world. They got no family. They don't belong no place....With us it ain't like that. We got a future. We got somebody to talk to that gives a damn about us.” Lennie’s finds comfort
The success of the act is shown in the victim named Jim. Out of his three audience members, Jim is the only one who laughs at Tad’s jokes. Jim’s affection for Tad are apparent when he states, “See you an me, we could be freens” (49). Jim’s naïve belief is shattered when Tad reminds Jim of the reality and seriousness of the situation. When Tad confesses the real intentions of his act, “[I]t hurtsch ye far moare if ye get tortured by schomewan ye’ve made friendsch wi causche ye get bewildered….torturing an a’sch no really aboot the pain, it’sch all tae dae wo yer emotionsch” (50), one really becomes aware that there is not going to be a happy ending to the
Friend Tolerance George and Lennie have been friends for most of their lives. George has had to deal with Lennie’s mistakes and their punishments for so long. It upsets George; all he wants is a successful life. John Steinbeck, the author of Of Mice and Men shows how George gets through all of the setbacks that Lennie gives them. George and Lennie want to own a farm together, but with how Lennie acts it might not happen.
I say this because Jim Carrey himself is goofy, and in The Mask he pokes fun at people. <br> <br> In conclusion, my opinion of the fool is that he has no life. His only purpose is to make the King happy. If he succeeds he feels good about himself. But if he fails, that is the worst thing he could feel and he is sad and angry at himself.
In a conventional fairy tale the ogre would be mean. As a viewer we are surprised to like the ogre, Shrek. This opening suggests that there will be many more surprises. When the storybook characters arrive Shrek is mean and tries to frighten the storybook characters and get rid of them. He was the traditional idea people feel about ogres and said old sayings such as, "I'm going to grind your bones to make soup"1.