Kent Date — Thursday 20th, November 2014. Of Mice and Men and The Crucible, share the similarity of teaching the history of the United States throughout the pieces. Examining his character traits brings forth the kind of person George was. Just by reading the first few pages of the book it becomes apparent that he plays the role of the protagonist in the novella. Some readers may question if life would have been easier for George without Lennie. The friendship between George and Lennie is prevalent throughout the book, but it is shown most explicitly in their plan to live on a farm together in the future.
This could tell us why he stays with Lennie who is obviously less cleverer than him so maybe he only hangs out with Lennie in order to feel more cleverer than he actually is. Jus' milk the cow and sling some grain to the chickens an' go to her. There were also signs of sexual abuse. George may be terse and impatient at times, but he never strays from his primary purpose of protecting Lennie. If we can get jus' a few dollars in the poke we'll shove off and go up the American River and pan gold.
He is a migrant worker suffering from the American Depression. The truth is not all students are gifted in academics. They are different from all the other guys, and George realizes only too well that they have a special bond. His defensive manner fades, however, once Lennie behaves kindly toward him, and he even considers helping Lennie and Candy with their plan to buy land until the threats by Curley's wife force him back into his normal combative posture. Lennie had collision with Curley before. Lennie is like George's child. After a long time they get mean.
Although this makes Lennie a flat character, Lennie's simplicity has a powerful impact. Curley The son of the ranch owner, Curley is a man of short stature who is nevertheless a formidable boxer. After the death of Candy's dog, he was left on his complete lonesome and in despair. George loves Lennie but he is a constant nuisance to him. You do bad things and I got to get you out. Why, I could stay in a cathouse all night. As migrant farm workers, George and Lennie struggle for survival during the Great Depression which helps foster the understanding of loneliness and isolation existent in the novel.
He killed Lennie out of love. Slim The jerkline skinner at the ranch, Slim is a seemingly ageless man who carries himself with great gravity. The freedom to starve while chasing a fool's dream is not the kind of freedom he wants. In that epic poem, Adam and Eve fall from grace in the Garden of Eden. Has George made the… Murk Honors English 1 19 December 2014 George 's Decision: Justified? Oddly, what makes George tick is his big, dumb oaf of a friend, Lennie.
As a result it can destroy ones life slowly and painfully, much like getting stabbed many times and dying in a deep darkness. Thus, the typical character is a kind of derivative of social forces. It is obvious George is the authority figure taking care of lennie he warns him about drinking stilled water and prepares food for him he looks after his work ticket and tells him exactly what he is supposed to do and say, sometimes arousing suspicions regarding his motives he constantly has to remind him where they are going and what for. Although Crooks is a good person he is separated from the other men on the ranch because of his color. You jus' stand there and don't say nothing. They are trying to raise enough money to buy their own ranch, by working as ranch hands. Some critics believe George represents that doomed man who longs to return to Eden.
George not only controlled Lennie but he also looked out for him and he wanted him to be happy. George steals Carlson's gun to shoot Lennie after Curley's wife is murdered. I could go get a job an' work, an' no trouble. But despite his impatience with Lennie, its obvious George loves Lennie. Ggggggggggggggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhjjjjjnn junk in in inion I nubby tvtftft tctctftc dress kninin forces ink in fesses hubby kninin in kninin I kninin kninin kninin kninin kninin kninin inning kninin kninin. I really want to improve my essay writing skill.
Discrimination affects characters in Of Mice and Men through Lennie and his mental health making him unable to complete his dream, Candy missing his hand causing him to work harder for his job, and… and nothing more. Lennie is often compared to animals because he is more like an animal mentally and physically. One weakness is his temper. He could be beat to death, bleed to death, or they would send him to an insane asylum. Curley sends Whit to find him when his wife is murdered. George has taken the role of caretaker for Lennie.
Responsibility and Loneliness Just as George predicts, Curley's wife attempts to befriend Lennie. It is inevitably why George shoots Lennie in hopes of saving him from Curley and his future life. George makes the best decision to kill Lennie. He is a caring, understanding, and dreams of owning his own piece of land. This is the best way for Lennie and everyone's safety. The main character of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men is George Milton. Or is this simply our only option, in a messed-up, hopeless world? Both share a dream of owning a farm together, a dream that Lennie wholeheartedly believes and wants to tend the rabbits at.
When he ends his affair with her, Abigail and several other local girls turn to slave Tituba. George and Lennie have faced many outcomes that lead to problems in their relationship, and George must take the initiative to make what 's best for the both of them. On his own, George knows that the farm is just a silly dream, like imagining that you're going to live in a Malibu mansion someday. Lennie's friend, George gives the big man advice and tries to watch out for him, ultimately taking responsibility for not only his life but also his death. She put a lot of effort into it. George has been taking care of Lennie for quite a long time, ever since Aunt Clara asked George too.