This paper is going to focus on loneliness. His loyal friendship and responsibility with Lennie helps him to sustain his dream of a better future. With Lennie being mentally handicapped it can cause him to be a bit oblivious to some things. Most men working in ranches are bitter lonely men who spend their free time at cat houses and drinking. Lennie is incapable of making decisions by himself and relies on George entirely. A migrant worker who protects and cares for Lennie.
Realism is a distinct creative method that made possible analysis of social environment and an objective portrayal of reality, each realist wri. From the clarification of migrant life from George. You can't keep a job and you lose me ever' job I get. Lennie offers George the opportunity to lay plans, give advice, and, in general, be in charge. But Lennie was part of his life, and George is just George- someone who struggles with patience, and cared for Lennie so much that he killed him to spare him misery.
Steinbeck makes Lennie the least dynamic character in the book, undergoing no significant development or change as a character and remaining exactly as the readers first impressions in the opening pages. Jus' say, 'We'll go to her,' an' we would. George may get tired of the rabbits, but he still tells Lennie's favorite bedtime story about their dream farm, and he still looks after Lennie as much as he can. A second weakness is George's hopelessness. Many critics argue that George is not a responsible caretaker or that he 's not fit for the position and should not be taking care of Lennie; however, I believe that George was a suitable caretaker and did everything… unrealistic. Initially, George Milton is a kind, short and trustworthy companion of Lennie.
George not only controlled Lennie but he also looked out for him and he wanted him to be happy. Slim The jerkline skinner at the ranch, Slim is a seemingly ageless man who carries himself with great gravity. One weakness is his temper. Even though George gets frustrated by Lennie's mental weakness, he also feels compassion for his friend. Richard manipulated two henchmen to kill George at the Tower of London where he was held in detention. Aunt Clara The woman who raised Lennie.
Milton is the last name of the author of one of 's favorite works, Paradise Lost. George Milton and Lennie Small are two characters that have many differences physically, but many similarities mentally. Responsibility and Loneliness Just as George predicts, Curley's wife attempts to befriend Lennie. The two workers were named George and Lennie. She is unsympathetically portrayed as a female tease until the final scene, in which the reader hears about her earlier dreams.
As a result it can destroy ones life slowly and painfully, much like getting stabbed many times and dying in a deep darkness. Because of their fall, mankind is doomed to be alone and walk the earth as a lonely being. George is practical, and knows that if Lennie is caught, he will possibly be lynched. She put a lot of effort into it. Everybody need somebody: loneliness and isolation can cause people to become bitter or depressed. Steinbeck does a good job showing loneliness among people. Steinbeck incorporates many different themes.
A Man's Work We could also say that George still is special: he has the innate moral clarity that lets him see that killing Lennie is the right thing to do. George struggles with having patience with Lennie hower with deep analysis it shows that George loves Lennie like a brother, yet he has to kill him. George steals Carlson's gun to shoot Lennie after Curley's wife is murdered. Let's find out what makes him tick. And we'll have maybe a pig an' chickens, rabbits.
The Boss The boss of the ranch is Curley's father. Even Carlson senses George's sadness. But despite this companionship, at the end of the book, George is fated to be once again alone. A Grade A American Dream that George fantasizes about is heading out West to pan for gold. In fact, he's not very nice to Lennie at all. Lennie is often compared to animals because he is more like an animal mentally and physically.
He remains attached to his aging dog, who has become so weak and sickly that it depends entirely on Candy to survive. He alone realizes, at the end of the novel, the reason for George's decision. George Milton is one of the two main characters in Of Mice and Men. In the book Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, the main characters in the story each had a dream in which they were unable to carry out. George and Lennie have faced many outcomes that lead to problems in their relationship, and George must take the initiative to make what 's best for the both of them. Of those characters created by Steinbeck many have individual dreams to escape from their isolation and fulfil their lives.
His sense of responsibility evolves from being responsible for Lennie to being responsible to everybody around them, as we will later see. . Loneliness is particularly significant throughout the book because of the fact that as the book comes to an end, loneliness is unavoidable by most of the main characters. George, unlike other men, has a companion and friend in Lennie. We got somebody to talk to that gives a damn about us.