For instance, when Curley’s wife tries to talk to Lennie in the Barn while he avoids her, she says, “I get lonely, I can’t talk to nobody but Curley. Else he gets mad”(42). Curley is careless with his wife since she is always solitary and had no one to talk with because of Curley’s jealousy. Curley is not a good husband since he constantly does not let his wife to speak with George or any other worker of the ranch because he gets upset and jealous. Also, when Curley’s wife is talking to Lennie, Candy, and Crooks in Crooks bunk she states “I think I know where they all went even Curley”(37).
Chihuahuas are very intelligent dog’s probably the smartest dog bread. I’ve been training my dog since she was 3 months old. If you’re getting a Chihuahua you need supplies such as water bowl and food bowl and chew toys. Teaching them will be like a ‘SNAP’! Training a Chihuahua is going to have its ups and downs.
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Slim, another character, gave Lennie one of the pups from the litter his dog just had. Well, according to Crooks, the stable buck, Lennie has been “taknin’ em outta the nest and handlin’ them,” (50). Just like the mice, if Lennie continues to pet the pup continuously, then the dog will never get its chance to live and will die. Additionally, Candy’s dog’s death is a major symbol in foreshadowing the death of another character. Carlson mentions to Candy how the dog “ain’t no good to” him and “he ain’t no good to himself” (44).
Boston Terriers are typically small; compactly build well proportioned dogs, with erect ears, short tails, and a short muzzle that should be free of wrinkles. They usually have a square sort of face. The smooth coats of Boston terriers are mainly brindle, seal or black with even white markings, which looks like the dog is always wearing a tuxedo. The Boston terrier is characteristically marked with white in proportion to black, brindle, or seal, or a combination of all three. Seal is a color specifically used to describe Boston terrier and is defined as black color with red highlights when viewed in the sun or bright light.
“Well you ain’t tryin’ very hard. I seen him goin’ in your house.” He replied. This shows us that that Curley’s Wife wasn’t really looking for Curley and was just using that for an excuse to go into the barn. Curley’s Wife is shown to be trampy by many of her actions and her appearances in the novel. To the men on the farm she is considered as a "tart", a woman trying to escape her husband.
Of Mice and Men The importance of loneliness in Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck, is shown through different characters and their separate struggles and differences. Whether they are mentally, physically, or emotionally alone, it is obvious that this is a rapidly recurring theme in the renowned and prominent story. Curley’s wife has an underlying loneliness that she shields from the rest of the world. She despises Curley and is restricted in her other relationships and friendships by him. Lennie and George’s first encounter with the girl called Curley’s wife is in the bunk house, where she spends an astounding amount of her time.
It is Sunday afternoon and Lennie is alone in the barn, sitting in the hay and stroking the dead body of his puppy. He talks to himself, asking the animal why it died: “You ain’t so little as mice. I didn’t bounce you hard.” Worrying that George will be angry and will not let him raise the rabbits on their farm, he starts to bury it in the hay. He decides to tell George that he found it dead but then realizes that George will see through this lie. Frustrated, he curses the dog for dying and hurls it across the room.
One day, Curley's wife hopes to leave and be able to live her dream without anyone's approval. She enjoyed talking to anyone she could, one day she went to the barn and found Lennie crying about the puppy he had killed. Allowing him to touch her hair, he rubbed too hard and made her try to yell for help. Curley's wife died by trying to get help, her neck was snapped by Lennie and just like that all her dreams were gone. In the novella, Of Mice and Men, one person can ruin a person’s dream forever.
Lennie repeats George's instructions that he is not to talk to her. She stays, however, and again asks him what he is covering up. When Lennie shows her the dead puppy, she tells him it was just a mutt and no one will care, but Lennie explains that George won't let him tend the rabbits because he did a bad thing again. Curley's wife tells Lennie of her life and her missed opportunity to travel with the show that came through her hometown. Lennie responds absently with concern about his dream farm and the rabbits he will have.