George was a small tough guy that always had to watch over Lennie. Once they got to Soledad, he stopped watching over him knowing that Lennie was capable of hurting someone without trying to. The book states, “Yeah?” said Crooks, “An’ where’s George now? In town in a whorehouse.” (Page 76) George had left Lennie alone at the ranch while he was out with the guys at a whorehouse. If George had payed more attention to Lennie and what he was up to, then Lennie probably wouldn’t have killed Curly’s wife.
When George realizes that Curley is going to kill l Lennie but not in an unpainful way and slow way, George realizes that the only way to stop Curley from brutally killing Lennie is to steal Carlson's luger and kill Lennie Himself, George knew he was going to die anyway. 15. Curleys wife is not an evil person, she is just trying to get people to notice her. She is lonely because she is forced to stay in the house alone. Curley does not want her to talk to any of the guys working on the farm.
Crooks’s little dream of the farm is shattered by Curley’s wife’s nasty comments, putting the black man right into his "place" as inferior to a white woman, somebody already seen as being inferior to everyone else on the ranch to begin with. Crooks refuses to say Curley’s wife is wrong, he accepts the fact that he lives with ever-present racial discrimination, and says he had "forgotten himself" because they’d treated him so well. Crooks self-opinion isn’t based on what he believes he’s worth, but on knowing that no matter how he feels, others around him will always value him as less. As quickly as he got excited about the
But George always stood up for Lennie Even if he was mad. And George always comforted Lennie When Lennie was sad. When George had free-time He went with some workers to the town. They left Lennie and some others Talking in the barn. When the boss's daughter-in-law Came inside the barn, Lennie suddenly wished that he Wasn't on that farm.
George is placed with the responability of taking care of Lennie no matter what. George loves Lennie like a brother, and never would want anyone to hurt him. He makes sure that he doesn't hang around with bad people. For example; George told Lennie to stay away from Curley's wife, because she was trouble. Towards the end of the novel, Lennie finds himself stuck in a room with Curley's wife, and gets into some trouble, and ends up killing her.
Of Mice and Men Paper Throughout Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck discusses several themes; Alienation, Dreams, and Friendship. The theme of Alienation is shown mainly through the discrimination in 1930’s America. Various characters are shown as lonely and uncared for because of racism, sexism, and ageism. When he is first introduced, Crooks is clearly different from the other ranch hands. He has his own room, and can’t participate with the other workers.
According to George, they were going to lynch Spencer 2 Lennie. George telles lennie this story about a ranch with chickens, crops and rabbits. All Lennie seems to care about is the rabbits. I’m really starting to think there is something really wrong with this guy Lennie. When we get to our new job, George has instructed me not to talk.
''So you forgot that awready did you''. This makes George look like a reminder for Lennie as Lennie wont be able to remember a lot of things by himself, also this foreshadows later events in the novel because after Lennie killed Curleys wife, George had to remind him about the place to run to. Lennie strokes Curleys wifes hair. This foreshadows later events in the novel because Lennie also strokes a pet mouse. ''I could pet it with my thumb while we walk along; said Lennie''.
is Curley’s wife glad that he was hit? does Crookes keep medicine in his room? 15 Answers: The stable hand Candy He is afraid that George will not come back In California Because his back hurts Because lots of men want their own farm, but they never get one He caught it in a machine In a house on the ranch Lennie He feels lonely and wants someone to talk to Into town Because she doesn’t like Curley Crookes Because he is black If he can live with them on the farm In a few weeks Because he likes to have visitors Books, shoes, an alarm clock 16 In the harness room The puppy The idea that someone might hurt George Put these sentences in the order in which they happen: Lennie comes in to talk to Crookes. Candy comes into the harness room. Crookes talks about being lonely.
Some might argue that It is because of his wife's berating, that Rip was not proactive in contributing in house work. I think that whether she nagged him or not, it would not have changed his character traits. If I for example wanted a clean home, my home would be clean. If my home was dirty, and it did not bother me, I would not clean it. I think that Rip Van Winkle was looking for a distraction like most men, a every man.