He has his own room in the barn because he is prohibited from sharing a room with the white men. Candy, looking in awe at Crooks’ room, says “Must be nice to have a room all to yourself”’ Crooks answers with “And a manure pile under the window, Sure it’s swell” (82). This separation makes Crooks more isolated than any other characters because of his lack of human interaction, which causes him extreme loneliness. “I tell ya a guy gets too lonely and he gets sick” (80). This also causes him extreme loneliness.
Whenever his dad got a yellow card from school informing about his absence, Sonny got punished; his dad would beat him as hard as he could. Sonny hated his dad so much that he wanted to kill that “evil mean man”. But, before he could do such a thing, he preferred to “cat out”, to escape from his dad for a few days. He slept in every comfortable place that he could find in the city and stayed there as long as he wanted to or until he got sent to the Children’s Center. When it came to winter, Sonny usually decided to stay home or stay in school to be warm.
He has the money to help support the purchase of the farm. “Maybe if I give you guys my money, you’ll let me hoe in the garden even after I ain’t no good at it” (60). He hopes for Lennie and George to let him work with them even if he gets too old. Candy trusts George and Lennie to let him work for them. Candy is miserable at the farm where he works until he met George and Lennie.
When Carlson asked to take Candy’s dog to kill it, Candy would not answer and just lay still and stare at the ceiling because he was sad that he would lose his only friend. Candy had the same relationship that George and Lennie had for years with his dog. Lastly, Candy has a physical disability, “He scratched his wrist nervously. I Got hurt four years ago”. Since Candy lost his wrist four years ago he is not able to do work, and he thinks that nobody wants to be friends with him because of this.
As he is starting his process he neglects his family friends and any other social areas. Now since he has been lonely and avoiding people he decided to stay in his apartment and create a powerful experiment. Once he brought the monster to life he got very terrified and afraid of it. After going to sleep wishing the monster wasn’t there he woke up with its laying across its bed with a big smile on its face. Later that day victor left because he thought his apartment was hunted and ended up running into a old friend.
Fahrenheit 451 part three Burning Bright Characters: * Guy Montag- a fireman that has realized the emptiness in his life and has begun searching for anything that will give him something to live for in books * Captain Beatty- captain of the fire department where Montag works; he is very well read and cunning * Mildred Montag- Guy’s wife. All she does is watch TV and invite her friends over to watch TV. She is against books and finally gives up on getting rid of Montag’s books and leaves. * Professor Faber- a retired English professor Montag met in the park. He is a coward is afraid of what people will do if he speaks about books.
George stated at the beginning that Lennie always gets into troubles. “You do bad things and I go to get you out,” (Steinbeck, 11). When Lennie held Curley's wife tighter and tighter we all knew whats going to happen because first he killed a mouse and he thought he will not do the same thing with a puppy. John Steinbeck used his creativity use of foreshadowing to make the book more enjoyable to read. Lennie seems to be very strong, but in reality he is the weakest character in the novel “Of Mice And Men”, because of the lack of his mentality ability and the missing characteristic to think for himself and make his own decisions.
Schneider 1 Natalie K. Schneider Mrs. B English 1 H, P2 2013,1,22 Just another casualty Mercy killing is a very taboo, controversial subject. In the novel of mice and men by john Steinbeck George and Lennie are each other’s only family so they always travel together. George is a small but smart man where Lennie is a big stupid man. They both go to work at a new farm after an incident in their old town caused them to go find work in a new town. Lennie has always caused them trouble but this time it’s serious, he killed the bosses son, Curley’s, wife and Curly is out for blood.
For example, after Victor Frankenstein noticed that his brother, William died, he threw the letter on the table and covered his face with his hands. (Shelley 60) From his reaction to his brother’s death, he felt regret for not spending more time with his brother or family. Because of his quest for knowledge, he left home and isolated himself in his lab, ignoring everything else that is happening outside the world. Another example is about the monster in the book, the creation of Victor Frankenstein, he was isolated by people because of his “unique appearance”, when his neighbour saw how he look like, they use sticks to beat him, in the beginning, the monster want to attack them back, but when he remembered the old man, he ran away and leave the house and find a place to sit down. After the whole night of thinking, he felt regret and wanted to apologise to the family.
Moreover, he kindly irons and mends Jem’s pants, which get stuck in the fence while Jem is escaping and he tells no one about Dill and Jem’s attempt to give him a letter or of the “Boo Radley game”. Last, Mr. Arthur faces maltreatment from the citizens of Maycomb. Many false rumors are spread through town about him: “Radley pecans would kill you”, “Boo drove the scissors into his parent’s leg,” and “[Boo] dined on raw squirrels and any cats he could catch” (11, 13, 16). Being influenced by others, Scout also envisions Boo to be a rotten toothed, yellow-eyed, scarred monster. These callous generalizations and Boo’s innocent gestures combine to prove that Mr. Arthur Radley is represented by a