We gotta get him to a doctor. You two could get her started. Steinbeck presents Crooks as a victim. Great Depression, John Steinbeck, Novella 899 Words 3 Pages In English class we recently read Of Mice and Men. How many puppies your bitch have? The moment he felt Curley¡¦s wife moving away, he acted on his inner feelings and he was frightened. You have a few pigeons that fly around the windmill, like they done when I was a kid.
Curley's wife, in this chapter, is not so lucky. Maybe we should send the binding money? He tells to fetch the Soledad deputy sherrif, Al Whits, and organizes a posse from the rest of the men. GradeSaver, 30 November 2008 Web. Maybe you can see now. She lies dead on the hay. How long do you think it's gonna be before them puppies are old enough to take away from its mother? You ain't got no right to come into my room. This comment begins a number of comparisons between Candy's dog and Lennie.
And I got more coming at the end of the month. I ain't gonna talk to you or nothing. She panics and tries to free herself. For George, this final description of life with Lennie, of the farm and the changes it would have brought about, is a surrender of his dreams. I'm gonna go into town with the guys.
He uses these to add to the tension in the book and make it seem like they are actually in 1980s America. George warns Lennie that they are going to work on a ranch, and that he must behave himself when they meet the boss. Very soft ambient sounds of hay and horses rattling the halter chains reveals the active, vibrant atmosphere of the ranch is no more. Maybe I better go see. Lennie is just such an innocent.
I should not let no stranger shoot my dog. Another character, Crooks, keeps himself to himself as he is a black man and believes that no white man should interact. What the hell kind of beds are you giving us? George shivered and looked at the gun, and then he threw it from him, back up the bank, near the pile of old ashes. A very shallow, and then a shrill ambient sound were meant to indicate that everybody is rushing and George is unable to keep up. Birds were flying above the skies calling out a cry of sadness.
Everybody out in the fields working in the hot sun. I got both of 'em. And, as in all of Steinbeck's Califomia fiction, setting plays a central role in determining the major themes of this work. So the girl starts screaming, and that gets Lennie all mixed up, so he holds on and he won't let go, cos that's the only thing he can think to do. I'll shoot him for ya. I think we should get them different colour rabbits. Steinbeck also solidly establishes the relationship between George and Lennie within the first few pages of dialogue.
Put that on back in here. He writes about the people on the ranch having. He grabs a hold of her hair and muffles her screams. When we gonna do it? The grim note on which the story closes suggests that dreams have no place in a world filled with such injustice and adversity. Do you like to feel velvet? Each one reacted and showed their loneliness in various ways, which played a huge part in the characters they became. That dog ain't no good to hisself.
Curley¡¦s wife began by asking Lenny questions. Consequently, the demise of Lennie will reflect on this. If he comes in the bunkhouse again, move to the other side of the room. That'd be better than mice. Nearly two decades of human infertility have left society on the brink of collapse. Give me a good whorehouse every time.
I know what his name is. Yeah, he's a good worker. Let go of his hand. I'm gonna take that goddamn pup. Summary The final chapter opens as waits in the bushes near the Salinas River, just as told him to do in Chapter One. George, you ain't mad at me, are you? Curley's gonna wanna get him lynched.