Curley’s wife is a difficult character to understand.
Curley’s wife also helps to provoke mixed emotions in the reader.
Steinbeck is explaining to the reader in detail that Curley’s wife is trying to show herself to Lenny and George to get their attention and to her hopefully get them to want to talk to her, so she doesn’t feel lonely....
Curley’s wife is demonstrated by her position and part.
Langston Hughes once said, "Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly." This statement is undoubtedly a summary of the goals in Crooks, and Curley's wife's lives....
Of Mice and Men focuses on George and Lennie who travels together.
Yet what most fail to see is that Of Mice and Men portrays both aspects of human life through the mutual friendship of two uncommonly men, George and Lennie, the dream they both share, and the sudden calamity that befall them....
But how many have seen the 1992 film "Of Mice and Men".
Defined as the interdependence of organisms, symbiosis is the basis of the relationship between George and Lennie in “Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck.
The book was called, Of Mice and Men.
In his novel, Of Mice and Men, two tenants called George and Lennie go through many hardships all while chasing their dream of possessing their own farm.
How does Steinbeck present Curley’s wife to the reader
On page 19-20, Candy is described as “a tall, stoop-shouldered old man”, which shows us that he used to be have power and respect as well as being a good worker however now he is ‘stoop-shouldered’ showing that he’s lost that everything including his dignity and confidence meaning he is now insecure.