And Curley's wife mistreats him also as she tells him what she could do to him without a care. When they can me here I wisht somebody'd shoot me. Everyone heads out, except Candy, who lies down in the hay, hiding his face behind?? Curley's wife is no exception to this. He understand his bleak future, which is why he jumps at the chance to help George and Lennie get their farm and work on it and why he's so disappointed when the dream dies. Curley doesn't really spend that much time with her so she feels obligated to talk to other people who happen to be all men.
Ever'body wants a little piece of lan'. So the prejudices against her and the dislike against her pours out as no one is giving a eulogy or feeling sympathetic for her. Steinbeck reiterates this impression by portraying her innocence in death: Curley's wife lay with a half-covering of yellow hay. Eventually, she brings about the end of the dream of Eden, the little farm where George and Lennie can live off the fat of the land. You got no rights messing around in here at all. But my ol' lady wouldn' let me. A guy goes nuts if he ain't got nobody.
They're all the time talkin' about it, but it's jus' in their head. It don't make no difference, no difference. Whatta ya think I am, a kid? The rabbits that Lennie hopes to have and care for give Georgecontrol over Lennie by threatening him with not allowing him totend the rabbits if he does not behave. She turned at last to the other two. She was going to receive letter from a man in Hollywood who told her that he would make her dreams come true. A during the Great Depression in the 1930s.
Lennie sits in the hay and strokes his dead. She is portrayed, like the girl in Weed, as a liar and manipulator of men. You can't keep a job and you lose me ever' job I get. I think I knowed we'd never do her. But they won't do nothing like that. Their bond is made to seem especially rare and precious since the majority of the world does not understand or appreciate it. All their dreams disappeared the moment Lennie snapped Curly's wife's neck.
That's a thing I want ya to know. Because of this, Carlson shoots the dog in the back. But Lennie is still worried he won't get to tend the rabbits. Living on the ranch, there is no one she can talk to but Curley, and she doesn't even like him. Steinbeck describes Curley's wife as a lonely character in the novel curley's wife tends to flirt around with the other range hand to gain there attention so that they will talk to her cause that the only way curley's wife can get the men to talk to her but most of the men try avoid her as there … thing shes a tart,rat bag, loo-loo curly wife always dresses in red as the sigh of danger so stienbeck in tell us that there's going to be danger in the story and it lead to curley's wife death stenibeck is also using curley's wife to explain to the ready how the 1930's used to treat there women and have no respect the range hands on the range say curly wife is like a ghost she just creeps up quietly and no one notices. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. He's always yelling at her and getting upset for bad reasons.
She was very pretty and simple, and her face was sweet and young. 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. Curley's wife acts as a plot device and is a manipulative, flirtatious woman who cannot escape her marriage to Curley, a man who has just as many flaws as she does. I could go get a job an' work, an' no trouble. Maybe if he sees somethin', he don't know whether it's right or not. This passage highlights the need for companionship and the oppressive nature of Crooks' society. Curley's wife wanted to be an actress in Hollywood.
They don't belong no place. Curley's wife knows that Curley does not really love her. Everybody wants a little piece of lan'. There are shorter means, many of them. Sure you could play horseshoes till it got dark, but then you got to read books. He covers her mouth, in a panic. The curls, tiny little sausages, were spread on the hay behind her head, and her lips were parted.
She is defined by her role: Curley's wife or possession. In this era, American men were forced to leave their families and become 'drifters'. They come to a ranch an' work up a stake, and the first thing you know they're poundin' their tail on some other ranch. Her beauty is such that perhaps that dream might have come true. Still petting the dead puppy, he thinks hopefully that maybe George won't care about it, and he'll get to tend the rabbits after all. There is writing promoting social change, writing punishing injustice, writing in celebration of heroism, but always that base theme. Her dreams make her more human and vulnerable.