Of Mice and Men Characters

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English of Mice and Men
Thesis: VAB-Values of that time shown by authors by Marginalisation: GEORGE HAS POWER, ATTICUS- RACE Show the authors in the way they create their characters and the inter relationships between them that position the audience to do something. Character | Personality| Relation To Others| Examples| Page Reference| Audience Positioning | Lennie Small| - Lennie is unnaturally large and has a shapeless face. -He drags his feet when he walks and lets his arms hang. -He has an infatuation with anything soft and furry. | -He is mentally disabled and needs George's constant attention and care. -He acts impulsively which gets him and George into trouble numerous times.| | | | George Milton| - George is a migrant worker who is small in stature and has strong, dark features.- He is intelligent, level-headed and ready to deal with any tragedy that may arise. | -He is a cousin to Lennie and loves him very much. He is always there to bail Lennie out of his troubles.| | | | Curley| -He was short and stocky, and wore high-heeled boots and spurs to prove he wasn't a labouring man. -He has a tendency to provoke conflict, as he does with Lennie.| - Curley is the boss's son, and was a welterweight boxer. -He believes himself to be superior to everyone and is aggressive, boastful and cocky. | | | | Curleys Wife| -She is lonely because Curley doesn't pay much attention to her. - This lack of attention from Curley forces her to seek it elsewhere. -She is in reality the end of George's and Lennie's dream. -When Lennie kills her their dream is forever lost.| -She flirts with the other ranch hands but they pay her no attention either. -There isn't much known about her. -She isn't even given a name but referred to as Curley's wife.| | | |
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