Of Mice and Men by Steve Steinbeck

Q- " My spouse and i never found no part of jail trap worse than her” what is the reader meant to think about Curley's wife? 2. How luxury ? described by other personas?

* How the author describes her

5. How she speaks/behaves

* Her dreams

2. Is she the main cause of all the problems

Written By Ruqayyah Draey

Curley's wife is usually not very well described and respected by the additional characters. She's often appeared down upon and discriminated against; partly due to her being a woman but likewise due to her behaviour on the other males. " I believe Curley's hitched... a sour, I found her give Slim the eye”. Coming from what Candies describes, Curley's wife since, I can feeling he basically too attached to her and has observed she's a bit of flirt with Slim. Candies is outdated and is likely a bit classic; I don't think he's used to seeing married women action in this way. He might be quick in judging her. Candy's not the only character that idol judges Curley's partner, George also disapproves of her. " Jesus exactly what a university tramp... and so that's what Curley selections for a wife”. George features only just arrived to the ranch and has recently sussed Curley's wife away, calling her a ‘tramp'. I think this can be harsh, since he's only met her but Perhaps with men, first impressions are everything. George probably thinks this, as a result of her flirtatious body language your woman sends off. He's utilized to being about men and the novel has opened up to not creating a girlfriend. Consequently , he noesn't need an understanding of girls; this may be how come he dislikes her. Curley's wife in two situations is referred to as being a ‘bitch' by the other characters. " That bitch didn't need to of said that to you... No longer even look at that bitch”. I am able to understand that the men on the hacienda disliked her but I really do not believe the type of dialect they utilized in which to describe her. This is an indication showing how men lacked education just. The author details Curley's partner as having " complete...