Gentle and kind, Lennie nevertheless does not understand his own strength. In the barn that evening, Lennie has accidentally killed his puppy and is greatly upset. Jus' milk the cow and sling some grain to the chickens an' go to her Lichtenstein, Jesse. Lets get the comment section going!!! Their dream will later be shattered by fate. Later, after Carlson kills his dog, Candy offers to pitch in with Lennie and George so they can buy the farm. Aside from the story, the cast is what really makes this film. Lonliness leads to low self-esteem and deprivation.
The book opens along the banks of the Salinas River a few miles south of Soledad, California. At the start of the novella, George is something of an idealist. Quickly and quietly, he shoots and kills him. Of the two men, he is the one who thinks things through and considers how their goals can be reached. They ain't got nothing to look ahead. George Milton is an itinerant farm worker with no base or home.
This illustrates a major theme in Of Mice and Men, the dangers that arise when one becomes involved in a dedicated relationship. It is unknown what he was like after the incident. First, it salvages some dignity for Lennie, since he is not subject to the killing by. Curley is cruel and looking to fight, while Curley's wife is looking for attention and companionship. Role in Curley's Wife's Murder I am not blaming George for Curley's Wife's death, but he did play a large role in the matter.
George may get tired of the rabbits, but he still tells Lennie's favorite bedtime story about their dream farm, and he still looks after Lennie as much as he can. I read plenty of books out here. Just as it seems that the dream is moving closer to reality, Curley comes by and accuses Slim of keeping his wife company as the workers mock Curley back. Lennie offers George the opportunity to lay plans, give advice, and, in general, be in charge. At least, Steinbeck seems to think so. Curley's wife enters and tries to speak to him, admitting she is lonely and how her dreams of becoming a were crushed, revealing the reason she flirts with the ranch hands. Steinbeck made a work of art by composing a great novel to make the reader understand that life can be difficult and at times dreams are hard to achieve.
The New York Times Company. Even after she is dead, he talks to her and then realizes he killed her. First, Steinbeck… 880 Words 4 Pages Yearning Friendship In the heart of every human, there is a longing for companionship. How does Steinbeck present the characters of George and Lennie? George needs Lennie as much as Lennie needs George despite Lennie being the one who is mentally challenged and in need of constant supervising. He tells Lennie to look across the river and imagine their dream, Lennie is very happy and George shoots him in the back of the head.
She attempts to use herself to gain the attention of the ranchers to sooth her loneliness. They both want someone to talk to when the rest of the men go out to the brothels, so they spend time together. Arguments George uses to comfort Lennie in the death scene Candy and his dog were lifelong friends and companions, as were Lennie and George. When Carlson suggests they shoot Candy's old dog and get Slim to give him one of his pups, Lennie gets excited and asks George for a pup. We equate the strong features and strong hands with a man with a strong personality, a leader, a determined man but also a man with great depth of caring. George and Lennie's relationship, described like a master and his dog, is what drives most of the action. He believed that George got upset over simple things such as ketchup.
George undergoes transformation, experiencing change and growth through the progression of the story. After the film debuted in the United States on October 2, 1992, it received acclaim from critics. This is to award Lennie with as much peace as a friend could. Rabbits are big enough for him to look after without hurting them. On the path to achieving their dream, they run into obstacles, but stick together, stressing the importance of true friendship. They come to a ranch an' work up a stake and then they go inta town and blow their stake, and the first thing you know they're pounding in' their tail on some other ranch. I could go get a job an' work, an' no trouble.
Having reached the limit of her patience, the emotionally frustrated wife vows to leave the ranch forever, running to the house in tears. In this ear life was a struggle and the mentality of society became survival of the fittest, every man for himself. Steinbeck clearly shows how important friends are and how they can support and help you in a number of different ways. What one man lacks, the other man makes up for. Some critics believe George represents that doomed man who longs to return to Eden.