Of mice and men fight

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of mice and men fight

Claude Ake (Author of A Political Economy of Africa)

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Top 10 Notes: Of Mice and Men

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Describe the fight between Lennie and Curly??

Topics: Scene. Reputations are crushed in a dramatic break of violence between two men on a ranch in Scolded. Curly who instigated the fight became very jealous and cautious of bold but not too bright Leonie Small, Curly began agitated as he could not find his wife. He then began to assume the worst involving other men working on the ranch. He soon grew embarrassed when he found these assumptions not to be true. Taking this rage out on Leonie, he began to punch and beat the child like man. Leonie defenseless and bewildered looked around he room for instructions when old friend George soon directed him to fight back, leading to the small man to look even smaller Pillowing these events we now caught up with curly and witness Carlson in a exclusive interview, which reveals all hidden thoughts and secrets.

Curley returns with Whit, Carlson and Slim. Curley has accused Slim of eying his wife, a charge which Slim and the others laugh off. Lennie, who is still dreaming about the rabbits, also smiles, which leads Curley to confront him aggressively. Curley punches Lennie in the face. Lennie does not immediately fight back, instead crying and calling to George for help. When Curley doesn't back off, George tells Lennie to "get 'em. George tells Lennie to let go, but Lennie only grips harder out of fear.

George Milton The protagonist and main character of the book. He is a caring, compassionate, and understanding human being who dreams of owning his own piece of land " 'an live offa the fat of the land". Physically, he is a small and intelligent man with strong features. He is Lennie's cousin. He made a promise to Lennie's mother when she died to take of Lennie. Lennie Small The obedient friend of George.

The story begins as Lennie and George are about to arrive at a ranch near Soledad, California. Previously, they had been chased out of another town, Weed, because Lennie had accidentally given the appearance that he was attempting to molest a young girl. The basic characterization of George and Lennie starts near a stream when George speaks to Lennie about not getting into trouble.
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Curley is a very aggressive and violent character. He is physically small and so is resentful of bigger men and picks a fight with Lennie because of this. He chooses to fight Lennie instead of the other characters because he knows that Lennie is vulnerable, whereas the other men would fight back.

At the end of the workday, Slim and George return to the bunkhouse. After watching his friend nearly drown, George felt ashamed of his behavior. Since that day, he has taken good care of his companion, protecting him even when he gets in trouble. When she pulled away, Lennie became frightened and held on to her until George hit him over the head to make him let go. The girl accused Lennie of rape, and George and Lennie had to hide in an irrigation ditch to escape a lynch mob. Lennie comes into the bunkhouse, carrying his new puppy under his coat. George berates him for taking the little creature away from its mother.

Alone in the bunkhouse, George thanks Slim for giving Lennie a pup. Slim comments on Lennie's ability to work hard and mentions that it is obvious Lennie is not too bright. Slim then asks why Lennie and George go around together because most of the ranch hands he's seen are always alone and "[n]ever seem to give a damn about nobody. Feeling comfortable with Slim, George explains that he knew Lennie's aunt. After her death, Lennie just naturally began staying with George and following him around.


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