This shows that Lennie is more powerful than the weak. Although Lennie does not have the potential to be smart, he has the potential to be a hard worker. The American dream is hopeless for the poor. Though, Sometimes Lennie can be quite a nuisance to George and get them into trouble. Exposition During the exposition, readers are introduced to George and Lennie as they arrive at their next job after past events. As the story goes on, George and Lennie start to make friends as they share their dream of a farm paradise.
Once it becomes obvious to everyone else on the farm what Lennie had done, the men set out to hang him. The relationship between George and Lennie is complex, yet not so foreign. George reassures Lennie that they will have the rabbit hutch after all, meanwhile preparing to shoot his friend with Carlson's gun. In conclusion the book really showed me about truly unique friendships. A small man with broad shoulders that is as strong as two men put together of course George was strong however, not as strong as Lennie however, he was rendered mentally handy capped from birth. He probably does the cooking and cleaning and he likes to gossip and tell stories to new men. Curley is married to a promiscuous woman who is known to cause trouble.
In contemporary movies and stories, we tend to see this type of relationship a lot - the best friend story. As George and Lennie sit on top of a hill, George tells him to imagine the farm paradise and think about how much fun they will have. Hinton, they find readers meet the Curtis boys, three brothers who are dealing with the loss of their parents. George fulfilled the responsibility of taking care of Lennie after his aunt had died. In this book, there are many motifs and themes that show what the Great Depression was like.
Lennie is a strong man, who can do just about any physical labor, but is very intellectually challenged. She uses her power to flirt with other ranch hands to make her husband jealous even though she was in ingenuous person. Since everyone treats him with no respect, he deserves he has the right to treat them the same. In conclusion, we can learn many motifs and themes from this tragic story. Then, all of a sudden, the short man pulls out a gun and shoots his best friend in the back of the head. As the story goes on, the two wonderers finally find a job at a ranch. Within this context, the film Of Mice and Men, released in the year 1939, is noteworthy because the director Lewis Milestone deals with the theme of human relationships and tragedy from a different angle of view.
George is somewhat of an average fellow who has no real special skills or attributes. He tells how Lennie has often gotten them into trouble. The novel presents the difficult life of the poor during the difficult period of the Great Depression. They had to escape the North near Weeds because Lennie was accused of sexual assault. Meanwhile, his wife is a flirtatious, lonely wreck that longs for companionship. George is filled with determination and confidence while Lennie is a simple man with a big heart.
He is afraid that his age is making him useless, so he gives his life's savings to George and Lennie in hopes of joining them on their way to the farm of their dreams. Curley hated them in the movie and the novel. First, he wants us to know how people suffered through lonesome during the Great Depression era where many workers were migrating and looking for a job. Lennie saw a girl wearing a bright red dress. Through the friendship between innocent Lennie and sophisticated George, Steinbeck explores and illuminates the plight of the working classes from a personal, emotional perspective.
He will do whatever George tells him to. Lewis Milestone directed it while Eugene Solow adapted it. The theme in this novel that is prominent throughout the novel is friendship, mainly the friendship that occurs between the two main characters, George and Lennie. George- A small man who travels with, and takes care of, Lennie. Steinbeck starts the story off with two migrant field workers trying to find another job after losing their last one. The next night, most of the men go to the local brothel. The book generally is about all of the migrant workers, all with their own dreams.
In his attempt to silence her, he accidentally breaks her neck. After that, they hitchhiked all the way to Salinas Valley, California where the story continues. Lennie had thought s about the rabbits and his aunt Clara saying George was going to leave him. Even though Lennie gets on Georges nerves most of the time it is very entertaining to read. George wants freedom to work how he wants, and Lennie wants to tend the rabbits.
And then she cried angrily. They move forward in this world with some obsessions, dreams and desires. There were two men talking, having a peaceful conversation by the river. Another important symbol in the novel is rabbits. When Matthias and Constance the badger were taking some of the animals who lived outside of the abbey home, they saw Cluny and his horde rolling past in a hay cart so they went back to the abbey to warn everyone. Candy and George find the body and infer Lennie's guilt. George is a typical migrant worker.