Without realizing it, Lennie grabs her hair, because he likes soft things. For the first time, George and Lennie see their dream within reach. He is also a planner, telling Lennie where he should go if there is trouble on the ranch. Crooks is not allowed to sleep with the other workers and Steinbeck has made it clear that his accommodation is not really fit for any human. Another trait he has is he is very curious.
Curley The son of the ranch owner who is a self-proclaimed boxer. The rancher and a mob of enraged men set out to find and kill Lennie. Read an George - A small, wiry, quick-witted man who travels with, and cares for, Lennie. Other Characters from Of Mice and Men Hey teachers, check out the. He also convinces Lennie to let him join their dream of land, but he must give up that dream. Deborah, the first woman judge Judges Lydia, an early convert to Christianity and prominent business woman who hosted Christians in her home Acts Rahab, who saved the Jewish spies and learned to love God herself Joshua George and Lennie.
Carlson The ranch hand who suggests the killing of Candy's dog, Carlson comes across as a bitter and self-centered man. I think I know'd we'd never do her. Besides being commentary on the position of the old and infirm in society, the death of Candy's dog is a significant foreshadowing of other events that eventually transpire in the story. Crooks is rejected by the other men because he is black, and in 1920s America there was mass segregation between blacks and whites- they were not equal. Her story is found in the book of Esthe … r.
The title of the book is a reference to Robert Burns's poem To a Mouse. Of Mice and Men teaches many lessons about the nature of human existence. A migrant worker who travels from farm to farm with his mentally impaired friend Lennie during the Depression. Firstly, that Crooks is like an animal because he sleeps next to the barn, also he cannot be important if he lives in a shed. Specially if you remember as good as that. But this is nothing new. Indeed, his one major act in the book - when he offers Lennie and George money in order to buy a piece of land with them - is a means by which he can become dependent on them.
George takes care of the mentally disabled Lennie; Curley and his wife act as a backdrop for anger, suspicion, conceit and dishonesty, and Slim and Candy play characters that interact with Lennie and George within this setting. Lennie's character is, indeed, quite unique. Although Lennie is inherently innocent, he is still capable of great violence, for he lacks the capacity to control himself physically and has a great protective instinct, especially when it comes to his friend, George. Even though George gets frustrated by Lennie's mental weakness, he also feels compassion for his friend. He owns a Luger, which George later uses to mercifully kill Lennie. Whether you develop a crush on this novel or not you'll need to get to know the characters and their personalities.
The title was mainly influenced from a poem by Robert Burns. Lennie - A large, lumbering, childlike migrant worker. Gentle and kind, Lennie nevertheless does not understand his own strength. Life was difficult so having a friend was a useful coping strategy; Lennie is also an important character for Steinbeck because he helps George to find work as Lennie is such an able worker due to his strength. Lonely and restless, she married too quickly to a husband who neglects her.
Lennie dreams with George of having a small piece of land; he is obsessed with one aspect of this dream: having a small rabbit hutch where he can tend rabbits. He is also realistic, a quick thinker, and exasperated with Linnie sometimes. By virtue of his mental superiority, George assumes a dominant role with Lennie, acting as a parent. He has done a marvellous job of creating a realistic setting for his novel. Also, Lennie carries a dead mouse at the beginning of the novel to 'pet' because he likes soft things. It appears likely that Steinbeck is against segregation and is trying to shock the reader with the way Crooks is treated by the other characters in the novel. For example Edward, Edward Scissorhands , and Lennie, Of Mice and Men, are very similar characters.
Valuable aspects of any literary work are its. This lovable and tragic story of two friends leaves readers of all ages with profound questions about humanity, friendship, and loneliness. It seems that she only married Curley to escape her mother, who was domineering and did not let her go to Hollywood. However, Lennie is the one who adds the enthusiasm because George never really believed they could swing this farm of their own. Lennie crushes his hand, earning Curley's future enmity. This first page links to the theme of isolation because people are not mentioned very much, the slight comments on people indicate to the loneliness of people. Lennie is incapable of making decisions by himself and relies on George entirely.