Of Mice And Men Curley's Wife Character Analysis Essay

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Candy: Candy constantly shows signs of being isolated from the rest of the ranch.”they left the weak ones here” Candy’s mindset, actions, and physical appearance make him alienated from the characters and the rest of society. One way that Candy is the most isolated in the story is by having physical appearances which is losing one hand that unable him to do certain things. Candy is also a very old man, which means he cannot do some of the things that people such as Lennie and George can do. By being an older man, even Steinbeck describes him as, “The old swamper” . This shows the amount of respect that Candy gets from all of the characters. This is saying that just because he is short one limb, that he gets assigned all of the jobs that are…show more content…
Her physical appearance of a good-looking lady who wears quite a bit of makeup, form-fitting dresses, and ostrich feathered-high heels."full, rouged lips and wide-spaced eyes, heavily made- up" aswell as painted fingernails and sausage curl hair, further build on our prejudice. She talks and acts playfully and flirtatiously in front of the other ranch workers. Through her physical appearance and her own actions, Candy's description of Curley's Wife seems accurate after her first appearance in the book. As the only woman on the ranch, Curley’s wife is lonely and sad ”why can’t i talk to you? I never get to talk to nobody. I get awful lonely”. Slim: Slim was one of the most special characters in of mice and men. Without Slim, John Steinbeck's book would not have had the same effect. He gave the reader of the book the idea of a king. Slim was caring, understanding, and a great leader. Slim's best characteristic was how he always thought of people. From the beginning, Slim was very nice Lennie and George . His tone was friendly, It invited confidence without demanding it. He always listen to others. Slim was kind to Lennie and knew why Lennie did some of the strange things he did; "' It ain't your fault,' he said. 'This punk sure had it comin' to him'". When Lennie crushed Curley's hand Slim saw past how hurt Curley was after the fight was over. Slim willingly gave Curley a drink when he was hurt
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