This implies that Curley's wife is not happy with her marriage, and is seeking attention from the other men due to a lack of attention from Curley. In the Riverside Dance Palace, she also met Curley, so she married him when she nev … er received that letter. You also learn that she is very lonely as she is left all alone on the ranch all day everyday and r … eally just wants someone to talk to. Who do they think they are? Curlers wife is compassionate and admirable, but very lonely. Curley's wife met a guy in pitchers and went to the Riverside Dance Palace with him. Just his absence alone gives us the impression that their marriage lacks love and intimacy.
Leniie also tells her that George told him not to talk to her. At this point, s … he doesn't even likeCurley. Being the only woman on the ranch, Curly is even more worried about her behavior with the men who work there. That dum dum, lennie done me a favour by beating him up, just a shame he had to stop when he did. He stole my chance of being somebody. She can put two and two together. Even in her death he showed no remorse all he thought about was revenge, all he thought was killing Lennie.
This shows that the social attitudes at the time were extremely racist and she chooses him because he is the most weak and least able to defend himself. Steinbeck seems to show, through Curley's wife, that even the worst of us have our humanity. Steinbeck created a character, that is so compelling and admirable from a character that is so repulsive in the start of the novel. They all so share a dream, a dream of owning their. Which—let's just say it—maybe a tad impractical for a ranch? In section five, you find out that Curley's wife is not unlike Lennie in the sense that they both have dreams of their own, except Curley's wife's dreams had the chance to come true, but they didn't.
During this time women were rising and speaking out about the classification of themselves as second class citizens to men. This is visible as Curley's wife changes the scene immediately when she shows up. Whilst all the other ranchers are playing horseshoe, Lennie is sat in the barn and is soon approached by Curley's wife. I know they do that. She never wanted to be at the ranch, but after the letter never showed up, she went and married Curley. Curly's wife possessed his mind, and as I've already stated he's very jealous. She dreams of becoming a big actress n Hollywood.
Crookes, candy, and Lennie didnt want to tell her or talk to her because no one likes her. Curley's wife is seen as a cheap possession, a toy that belongs to Curley. The only one she thinks bad about is Curley himself. Do u have further analysis on your point? She was very pretty and simple, and her face was sweet and young. If Curley's wife does infact suffer domestic abuse then this may partially excuse her hostility as she is mirroring the only atmosphere she is around whilst in the presence of her husband. She's a trophy, and he treats her as such.
Because of her aggressive outset to prove authority, some. She might not be the nicest person out there, but she is still a person with feelings. The obvious point is that her and Curley obviously don't live harmoniously together as a married couple. She's basically like the , only less tech-savvy. She is married to Curley who is the Boss' son.
I'd love to help but its been years since i did english!! Curlers wife gets lonely, and it provokes her to act in a way of meanness when she does. But she never received a letter from him. The sad thing was that she had actually mad a connection with Lennie, he listened to her. Steinbeck reiterates this impression by portraying her innocence in death: Curley's wife lay with a half-covering of yellow hay. In Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men', Curley's wife evidently often comes to the men's bunkhouse. Curley's wife knows her beauty is her power, and she uses it to flirt with the ranch hands and make her husband jealous. And she gets what she deserves by the logic of the book : death.
She also does not understand why nobody wants to talk to her so she asks what the problem is with someone trying to get a little attention, as well wh … at the problem is with her trying to make conversation. Like the ranch-hands, she is desperately lonely and has broken dreams of a better life. Think I like to stick in that house all time? The Depression was a time of economic downfall which caused very high unemployment in western nations, one of the worst hit being the U. . The reader is led to understand why this act ofvandalism was so cruel.
He says I could go with that show. And I think that would be quite normal, because Curley deserves it. She's the only female character in the novel, and she's never given a name and is only referred to in reference to her husband. In Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men' 1937 Curley's wife is not given a name. At every opportunity, she talks about her lost opportunities. Her death at Lennie's hands means the end of George and Lennie's companionship and their dream. The reader sees how miserable she is, and how many other things she has to put up with everyday.