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English Project on Of Mice and Men
Transcript of English Project on Of Mice and Men
Lennie’s desperate reliance on George for everything defined everything about them; relationships with other people, morality, personality, etc.
George's sympathy towards Lennie is what lead him to shoot Lennie in the head out of mercy and love. Curley’s Wife’s body language showed that she was in need of a friendly relationship. The Evil of abuse and oppression Lennie's oppression by society indirectly led him to kill Curley's wife
Lennie’s oppression led to his own death at the hand of George Crooks oppressed Lennie when he had the chance
. “S’pose George don’t come back no more,” (Crooks, pg 71, par 2).
Curley's wife took the same opportunity by putting Lennie, Crooks and Candy down.
She calls Lennie a “dum-dum”, yells at Crooks, and says that Candy a “Lousy ol’ sheep,” (pg 78, par 5). Another evil portrayed in the book was the death of Curley’s Wife, caused by the abuse directed towards her. “I get lonely. You can talk to people, but I can’t talk to nobody but Curley. Else he gets mad,” (Curley’s Wife, pg 87, par 1).
This led to Curley’s wife running into Lennie, resulting in a confrontation that ultimately ended her life. Visualisation of the Importance of Relationships. Curley’s Wife says to George: “Do you have a sweetheart?”
He passed on his wariness of Curley’s Wife to Lennie, who took the advice to heart. Essential Elements Another relationship would include Curley and the men at the ranch. Curley was always looking for a fight and insitgating conflicts. He sought out abrawl with Lennie, abused his wife and threatened George Movie: Celebrates the value and dignity of each person and nurtures the development of the whole person.
As we strive to follow the essential elements of an Edmund Rice Education, we agree with the statement of ‘Standing in solidarity with those marginalized by poverty and injustice.’
The students at STMC do exactly that- stand with those that are discriminated against Movie: Celebrates the value and dignity of each person and nurtures the development of the whole person.