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What animal would you compare George to and why from of mice and men?
If you meant, Why is he mean, then, he isn't. He has a strong relationship-friendship with Lennie, and looks out for him. He's only 'mean' towards him because Lennie's stupidn…ess annoys him. Also, if you're talking about when George killed Lennie, he did it because Curley was going too 'shoot him in the gut', which would mean that Lennie would survive, and be in horrible pain. George asked Lennie to look out across to the mountains, whilst he explained the Ranch they were previously dreaming of buying. He shot Lennie cleany in the back if the head, letting Lennie die in a peaceful and happy way. He wasn't intently mean.
Lennie is compared more to a bear and a dog in obedience, strength, and several other things too. One is a mouse. Lennie's childlike mental capabilities render h…im as helpless as a mouse.
To a bear, a horse, a mouse and a dog. 'Dragging his feet a little, the way a bear drags his paws'. 'Drank with long gulps, snorting into the water like a horse'. … 'Slowly, like a terrier who doen't want to bring a ball to its master, Lennie apporached, drew back, approached again'. 'They'll tie ya up with a collar, like a dog'.
No he is tan
He would be working by himself.
This is more of what you think he is. I think he is like a mother goose.
Nothing. Like Slim is definitely the most content character but at no point does George give any indication of wanting any of it. To be honest, George is another of the most c…ontent, in addition, he has Lennie. He also has no reason to be marginalised and is at no point bullied or disrespected to a large extent.
No. George realizes that his dream of owning land was Lennie's dream, not his. Without Lennie, he knows he'll never get the land.
Short, brown haired, smart, mature, hard working and caring. but he has a temper and gets easily mad at Lennie
If you are talking about the one from Seinfeld, then probably a monkey because he's goofy.
when Lennie said he doesnt want anal but george influenced him
it doesnt give a direct reference to skin tone - as the character isn't singled out like Crooks, the other black character, then i assume he was white
small, strong hands, slender arms, a thin and bony nose.
George Milton is a protagonist from John Steinbeck's novel, Of Mice and Men. His physical characteristics include being small, dark of face, and strong features. He also has s…mall strong hands and a thin and bony nose. As for his personality traits, George is short tempered, and impatient at times. However he is also loving and devoted to his friend Lennie who he promised to protect. Also George is dynamic, for his character undergoes changes throughout the novel.
In the film "Of Mice and Men" George was played by the actor Gary Sinise
George's flaw is always trying to cover up the bad things Lennie does. An example of this is when Lennie was charged with rape in Weed, and instead of making him go and apolog…ize or explain to the lady, George and Lennie ran away.
George: George is the story's main protagonist, a small, quick man with well-defined features. A migrant ranch worker, George dreams of one day saving enough money to buy his …own place and be his own boss, living off of the land. The hindrance to his objective is his mentally handicapped companion, Lennie, with whom he has traveled and worked since Lennie's Aunt Clara, whom George knew, died. The majority of George's energy is devoted to looking after Lennie, whose blunders prevent George from working toward his dream, or even living the life of a normal rancher. Thus, George's conflict arises in Lennie, to whom he has the ties of long-time companionship that he so often yearns to break in order to live the life of which he dreams. This tension strains George into demonstrating various emotions, ranging from anger to patience to sadness to pride and to hope.