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For instance, Lennie is able to have a polite conversation with Crooks, the stable hand, despite his dark skin colour and without a fight occurring. This is because the concept of racism does not occur to him due to his simple manners. This ability proposes an almost child -like naivety that other men of his time would be unaware of. Lennie needs constant attention from his close friend, George, who frequently tells him not to ‘drink too much’ and constantly reminds him to ‘go get the wood’ and other minute tasks that he’d otherwise forget. This suggests he is very simple minded in
This is the man who wrestled a bear, builds an orphanage, and makes pronouncements like "there is only one sin, only one" (3.29). His physical presence is matched only by his moral severity. (Baba drinks and seems to generally enjoy life, but he also believes deeply in principles like nang and namoos, which, for those of you without your Dari dictionaries handy, are "honor" and "pride.") In America Baba has neither the financial clout nor the social standing he once had in Afghanistan. Still, he does larger than life things.
After George says to Lennie,: „Trouble with mice is you always kill 'em. ” Lennie answers to that: „but i don’t wanna kill’em, George.“ This show that lennie again, doesn’t have control about what he’s doing with all his force. He doesn’t want to kill the mice, but he isn’t aware of his force, so he always breaks their necks. Another way how steinbeck relates to nature in his novel is by Georges and Lennies dream. When they speak about their future, they often say things like: “We could live offa the fatta the lan'.” This shows how
He knows how to show his love to ones whom he loves. At the end, though he loves his final master, he follows the call of the wild and becomes a real wild animal. Spizt, the leader dog of Fancois’dog team, which Buck is one of them, is a big snow-white guy. Contrasting with Buck, he is an amoral or devil dog; he likes to steal food, attacks and bosses around the other dogs. He is the opponent of Buck.
In a kind gesture he loans the family car and gives some money to Rudolph, even though Rosicky is very poor himself. As a father “he was trying to find what he wanted for his boys” (Cather 19) for Rosicky this means happiness. Rosicky has a fathers worries as he knows that his boys “would never do much more than make a living” (Cather 9) but he fells comfort in knowing that “he wouldn’t have to fear any great unkindness for them” (Cather 19)
Yet, both of them possessed ability so invaluable that most of society has given up on searching for it. The gift is the capacity to love and be loved. In Where the Red Fern Grows, Billy Colman is challenged just like John Merrick. Although Billy is financially disadvantaged and not physically deformed like Mr. Merrick, he understands that friendship is a lifetime entanglement. Throughout their stories Billy and John give themselves the opportunity to change their lives through simple friendship.
You could not find a soul purer than the one of our lumbering friend Lennie’s. It is always clear to the reader, that whenever Lennie causes harm, he either doesn’t recognize it for what it is, or he is deeply sorry for his actions. Lennie is the least dynamic character in the book. He undergoes no changes, and the characteristics that apply to him when we first encounter him can be used throughout the whole book. George is not as flat a character as Lennie.
It becomes clear that Lennie is very childlike and needs constant supervision. At one stage in the book Lennie has a dead mouse in his pocket. He explains to George, when he finally gives up, that he likes to pet it as he walks along. This gives me and other readers the image of a child with a comforter. When George sees this he also treats him like a child and makes Lennie throw it away "give it here Lennie.” This shows there father-son like relationship.
He is free from the diseases of racism and classism so widespread in those days. Atticus does not judge, that’s the biggest difference between him and the rest of the townspeople. He once said ‘ You never really understand a person until you consider things from their point of view, until you climb into his skin and walk around in it'. Atticus is the most nonjudgmental person in all of Maycomb. • As a father Atticus can be said to be a great father.