That's the stable and Curley's wife, not the bunkhouse. Rejection can cause most people to become crazy, as it did to Crooks. I ain't got no mouse. Next, Steinbeck presents her as having. Her missing a name emphasizes her second-class citizenship. He ain't a nice fella. But, Mousie, thou art no thy lane, In proving foresight may be vain; â¨The best-laid schemes o' mice an' men Gang aft agley, 40 â¨ … An' lea'e us nought but grief an' pain, For promis'd joy! She is disgusted by the three men, but likes them much better than being by herself.
This perception is further emphasized by Curley's Wife's first appearance in the novel. More often than not it was a financial goal, however there are others, which include community, happiness, love and the closeness of family. I read plenty of books out here. Her hair hung in little rolled clusters, like sausages. Um, this is a low blow, but try this on: Both remind Cro … oks of his low status.
The book describes how lonely life can be. It can be witnessed in the way she dresses, moves her body, as well as the way men who work in the ranch criticize her. Until recent years, these people have been excluded from society and were considered outcasts in a typical community. The Depression was a time of economic downfall which caused very high unemployment in western nations, one of the worst hit being the U. When people feel lonely their way of lifestyle are different then that of someone's who's not lonely or them if they were not lonely. This is reflected in the speeches of the characters.
Each main character connects with both of these themes at some stage throughout the novel. This is a paradox of George and Lennie because George knows he should've shot Lennie when he was killing animals b … ecause George knew that one day Lennie would accidentally kill a person. He is called Crooks because of his crooked back, the result of having been kicked by a horse. We waste so much time making decisions based on someone else's idea of our happiness - what will make you a good citizen or a good wife or daughter or actress. This is when Curly's wife is saying that she could have become an actress or a singer if she didn't marry Curly and have to live on the ranch. She started screaming because he wouldn't stop.
A Friend in Lennie One of the major themes in Of Mice and Men is loneliness, and Crooks is a good example of this. As happens sometimes, a moment settled and hovered and remained for much more than a moment. The only problem is that George waited too long, and eventually had to kill Lennie after it was already too late. She then told Lennie to feel her … hair. The different types described are Isolation which means that you are kept separate from others because you have an illness just like being in quarantine. This is degrading to her as she is just there for his pleasure. Things look up for him when he asks to join Candy and Lennie in their dream of getting their own farm.
Crooks, living alone in the barn, is forced to be separated from the rest of the men as a result of their racism and discrimination. Crooks sees this as a possible way to end his loneliness. Obviously Curley's wife is in the wrong on every subject she stands on and sexism doesn't play a roll in Steinbeck's point whatsoever By society she is considered to be above the lowly farmers, Negros, and mentally disabled, as her disrespect for them proves, but she is looked down upon the farmers themselves because she is quite simply an airhead but near the end of the story you genuinely feel sorry for Curley's wife and see her pain, you see all of the foolish and naive things she has done and how ignorantly spiteful she is of her mother for trying to give her advice because she wanted better for her. Sorry, I don't really know. Firstly, Steinbeck introduces her with flirtatious character.
She is also cruel especially in front of the weak ones; Crooks, Candy, and Lennie. But the guy says I coulda. Curley's Wife: Of Mice and Men is a novel by John Steinbeck. A during the Great Depression in the 1930s. Curley's wife is a prime example of how Steinbeck presents women; she is the most prominent woman in the book, so there are more citations about her. These qualities will also be linked to the theme or the significance of the novel. Despite her unknown name, she reveals herself as a very outstanding character with her actions, manners, thoughts and feelings in the plot.
It takes place in the 1930s, mostly on a ranch in California. Loneliness and Dreams Although Crooks is bitter about Lennie thinking he can come into the barn whenever he wants, Crooks appreciates Lennie's company. Curley's wife said she could relate because she likes to touch her soft hair sometimes. She foolishly ignores her mother's advice about her future, naively thinking she is going to star in movie pictures, but instead she ge … ts married which she is not ready for especially since she chooses Curley to be her husband. Sure you could play horseshoes till it got dark, but then you got to read books.
The bold, heavily made-up appearance matches her personality as she disguises her true feelings and emotions with lies like the colourful, interesting appearance disguises her lonely, isolated life. She is just a wife who is a trophy to. However, Crooks asks Candy if he could take part in their dream by contributing free labor for a place to stay and people to be with. In the book there are different kinds of loneliness. She is also quick to. He is not allowed to enter the bunk house nor go to town with the guys. Question: What are some quotes from Of Mice and Men that show that Curley's wife is lonely? A guy needs somebody - to be near him.