When Curley's wife screamed, he didn't know how to make her stop except to do what he did, but he did not intend to kill her. Curley, of course, is also looking for a way to achieve revenge for Lennie's crushing his hand so he will definitely try to kill Lennie in the most cruel way possible. He says he will "gut shoot" him. George must save his friend by a mercy killing.
She could be overly worried about her loneliness getting to her to where she would go as far as letting Lennie touch her. 34. Curley's wife allows Lennie to pet her hair, however Lennie gets too rough and this causes Curley's wife to scream. This freaks out Lennie and he covers her mouth to stop her from screaming, Lennie kills Curley's wife. This event relates to when Lennie crushed Curley's hand because Lennie couldn't figure out how to stop what is casuing him to panic in both events.
George is trying to protect Lennie from getting into caught by others when he does something wrong. George would rather him get away from the madness because he generously cares and doesn't want anyone to hurt him. He did this because most probably didn’t understand Lennie's mental problem and Lennie sometimes didn’t realize when enough was enough; like when he played in Curley’s wife's hair and when he touched the girl’s dress back in Weed. Later on in the book Lennie accidentally kills Curley’s wife by snapping her neck. When George later found out he came up with a plan to get him away and told Curley about it.
Ryan Lester Of Mice And Men 2/14/13 English I At some point in life, people are forced to make a decision that will hurt the one they love the most. Whether it is a parent parenting their child, or a man with his dog, decisions have to be made. In the novel OF Mice And Men, by John Steinbeck, death is a main topic. Some deaths in the book are not for good, but I believe George killing Lennie was an action of love. Throughout a vast majority of George and Lennie’s life their friendship has grown into a exquisite thing.
Hasn’t she gotten the hint yet? The answer is no, due to the fact that she was killed shortly after finding out about the dog. After seeing how violent and uncontrollable Lennie could be and what he was capable of, she should’ve taken the hint. Curley’s Wife decided not to take Lennie’s warning. Lennie tells her, “I like to pet nice things with my
In Of Mice and Men, Steinbeck argues that being loyal is a valuable concept in life, but can sometimes be very difficult. His message is sometimes in relationships, everything can go the wrong way and you have nothing else to do except the right thing, even if it isn’t being loyal. Since Lennie didn’t know allot of things about life and common sense, George is forced to teach him everything. Sitting down by the river after running away from their job because of Lennie again, a pissed off George yells, “Well, we ain’t got any, whatever we ain’t got that’s what you want.” (11) Lennie’s lack of intelligence and his actions repeatedly effect their job security. George is not only forced to deal with the consequences of these actions but be takes them on as his own
Look like all they want to do is knock you down.” Enoch tells Haze about his abusive father and this mean lady he lived with before he came there. It really makes me wonder if Enoch ever had anybody to talk to and that is why he is so strong on Haze; because Haze is listening. Enoch tells Haze that he has “wise blood”. “When he realized that today was the day he decided not to get up. He didn’t want to justify his daddy’s blood, he didn’t want to be always having to do something that something else wanted him to do, that he didn’t know what it was and that was always dangerous”(135).
The reason he did this was because George told him not to mess with her and if he does he could get them in a lot of trouble and possibly ruin their dream of having a farm together. Lennie remembers this but because she persuades him to just talk to her since no one is around he does so and, like George said gets them, mostly himself in a lot of trouble. Lennie doesn’t know his own strength and he is trying to kill her he just wants her to be quiet so he won’t get in trouble. This eventually leads to George killing Lennie because all of the workers that are working on the farm go out to kill and George would rather do it than to watch some person Lennie barely knows do
It was like he never did stop thing about her and what he wanted to do to her. Jimmy Cross, for example, feels denied after the war because his hope for happiness in Martha is dashed by her rejection. One day they were talking and she was telling him that you’re not like other guys at first he didn’t know what she was talking about until she gave him a little more information. That was when he was telling her that he wanted to and she said I’m glad that you didn’t try it. During the story it also describes their attempts to converse with an A&W employee, but no one will offer them consolation.
Victor even travels for some time with his friend Clerval, ignoring his promised task to the monster in order to avoid further suffering. He seeks happiness with Elizabeth but doesn't realize his own creation's cunning. He's correct in blaming himself because he could have warned his family about the monster but it was his desire for the orderly or Freud's principle of delaying suffering that kept him from informing