Of course, all books are more descriptive. What I liked about the movie is that they actually showed the dream Pony boy had and they also showed Dally robbing the grocery store; something the book doesn't tell. Both the book and the movie are great, and you should watch it, but the book is better. In conclusion as you can tell there are many differences, but there are also many things that are alike between the book and the movie. I enjoyed both the book and the movie, but personally I think the book was better, because the movie left some of the things out that the book had in it.
The book Of Mice and Men written by John Steinback shows the struggle in the 1930’s. It tells how people are lonely and how they need a companion. The book and movie both show how reality was hard on lower class people. The book and movie are both portrayed marvelously. The casting crew from Of Mice and Men is chosen wisely they all portray each character perfectly.
Anna Grace Gamble Mrs. Yance Pre-AP English 10 October 2014 “Sometimes you have to be your own hero, because sometimes the people you can’t live without, can live without you.” I feel that this quote relates to George and Lennie’s relationship. Lennie couldn’t live without George, and for a while we thought George couldn’t live without Lennie. We learn near the end of the book that this isn’t the case. If Lennie would have been capable of realizing this, he probably could have become independent and prolonged his life. In Of Mice and Men, Steinbeck uses protective, careful, and harsh to depict that the character of George is important to the story line.
“Of Mice and Men” Essay Am I my Brother’s Keeper? Pete Mueller English AS Ms. Hallabrin 12-12-11 Do you feel as if it is your duty to take care of or to watch over somebody that you care about? If so, George Milton feels the same way. In the novella “Of Mice and Men” George travels around with his companion, Lennie Small. Lennie’s last name is quite ironic because he is an enormous and very strong man.
Responsibility in Of Mice and Men In the novel, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, two men, George and Lennie, are both challenged with responsibility. In the story, the two are traveling looking for work. Straight away it is obvious that Lennie has a mental disability that was not specified, and it is shown that George cares deeply for his friend. Throughout this story, responsibility is shown in many ways. Although it is clear George has a greater sense of ability than Lennie, it is seen that Lennie does feel responsible for his actions because of the way he reacts to events in his life.
Steinbeck carries this theme throughout Of Mice and Men, the Great Depression what a dark and lonely time in America’s history and Steinbeck was trying to tell us it did not have to be this way. People can always reach out and develop relationships in order to stave of the “meanness” of isolation. Prejudices in the 1930’s kept people isolated itinerant worker life harsh and kept people on move and on their own.Tired of constantly reminding Lennie of things he should remember, George gets quickly angry when Lennie forgets to get the firewood, for example, and instead goes after the dead mouse. On the other hand, George's anger is quickly under control, and he blames himself for scolding Lennie. In fact, Steinbeck makes clear that, despite his complaining and frustration, George looks out for Lennie and genuinely cares for him.
I think is a bad action to kill him, because he has a cerebral issue which makes him not to think his actions. But George was tired of him, and all the things he have gone through with Lennie. To getting in trouble thanks to him, and then have to out from a town to another and start all over again. I really liked this novel because i learn to appreciate friendship. And I learn to that friendship always have a limit.
The character in “Whats Eating Gilbert Grape” and Of Mice and Men by John Stienbeck reveal that people who are at a disadvantage in life weather it be their own problem or something that someone puts upon the must find something that they can use to escape those things in order to find thier own happiness. An example from Of Mice and Men is the character Lennie. Lennie has a disability and has to live with it. he gets around well by his friend George who takes of him he watches over and makes sure Lennie stays out of trouble. Lennie enjoys being happy from the little things in life.
Cody Fitzgerald Period 2 11/9/12 In the book Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, George and Lennie’s relationship is imperfect, but they still work together for their mutual benefit to achieve their shared dream. George and Lennie hold each other back from what each other desires, which are based on the men’s backgrounds and obligations. George must take care of Lennie because of Aunt Clara’s death, but the task is tough as a result of Lennie’s mental retardation. Additionally, George cannot do the minimal things that he perspired to do in life, like get a real job, and not be a rancher who must jump from ranch to ranch. Along with Lennie, George restrains Lennie from petting things he wants, like rabbits, which is his dream and only real happiness in his
Of Mice and Men In the novel Of Mice and Men, the author, John Steinbeck, shows very similar relationships and how important one person, or animal, can be in a man's life. The novel takes place in the era of "The Hungry Thirties" in California and shows the migrations of the many people from Oklahoma. The two main characters in the book, George and Lennie, who have a different kind of relationship than most people because Lennie is mentally ill and George looks after him as though a father or brother, a result of the death of Lennie's aunt. The two men make their way to a new job and met many interesting people such as Candy who also has a special relationship with his old dog that is similar to the one of Lennie and George. The relationship of Candy and his dog foreshadows the end of the novel, both George and Candy feel guilty for what they have done and George is stronger than Candy is in these circumstances.