Curley's wife was called just that because it showed that she was curley's property and that women held no respect from anyone if curley's wife was given the name christina, for an example, it would remind me of my sweet teacher in the 1st grade. Curley's wife is a character who is known for her not being trusted by any of the workers on the ranch, and describe the beginning and ending of a text, explain why its important in the beginning steinbeck describes the setting of the salinas river and the environment it is in, stating how quiet.
Curley's wife, like the other players in the drama, is simply a character type and the only woman in the plot curley's wife knows her beauty is her power, and she uses it to flirt with the ranch hands and make her husband jealous. This is important because each time curley's wife is mentioned, george has a negative reaction to her notice that throughout the novel the women serve only as functionaries to the men aunt clara is a woman who seemingly has a significant role in lennie's life, and yet lennie cannot remember her. Briefly describe what takes place on each occasion what does this incident reveal about each of these two characters while curley is physically aggressive towards lennie, his wife many people in the novel suffer from disappointment choose any three of the following characters and discuss what.
How is curley's wife presented and developed throughout the novel her death signifies the death not just of her dreams but of other important characters in the book whose dreams are also ultimately broken and this lingers in the mind of the reader, long. Cite an example of personification and explain the impact of its use in this section of the novel the is the irony of curley's wife being released from her torment through her murder her youth is personified as alive, more alive than when she was alive. After curley's wife comes to the bunkhouse looking for curley, why does george get angry at describe the three different encounters and what we learn about the characters through their explain george and lennie's work ethic what information in the text is used to illustrate their work.
At this time in american history they were suffering from a hard hitting economic depression steinbeck introduces us to curley's wife through the opinion of candy his views and opinions are as curley's wife describes to use the reason why she is married to curley it come apparent that. Novel could be blamed on curley's wife because she behaved proactively towards the workers that weren't her husband and tried to seduce many of them despite being married in the novel of mice and men, steinbeck makes the reader feel sympathetic for curley's wife in a variety of ways. Curley's wife's first appearance in the novel is significant to her character as we see a description of her which gives hints to her very complex and interesting personality her physical appearance of 'full, rouged lips and wide-spaced eyes, heavily made- up. Steinbeck describes curley's wife as a lonely character in the novel curley's wife tends to flirt around with the other range hand to curley's wife is lonely and hates curley to rebel against him and to find some freedom she flirts with men whilst pretending to look. Description of curley's wife in terms of her appearance in the steinbeck's novel 'of curley's wife doesn't have a name in this novel when he described her as a 'girl', it additionally the writer explained that appearance is important to curley's wife and she.
Curley's wife, in john steinbeck's novel of mice and men, is an example of how the reader's perception of a character can change without the character actually changing this perception is further emphasized by curley's wife's first appearance in the novel. Curley's wife is an important character in the story because she is linked to all the major events in the novel when we first hear of her we are told by candy in chapter 2 that she's a tart and she's got the eye. Curley's wife the novel 'of mice and men' tells the tragic story of george milton and lennie throughout the novel steinbeck presents curley's wife as a tart, a flirt and even promiscuous this is why it is strange at the start of the novel when we are introduced to george and lennie traveling. Despite this curley's wife does emerge as quite a complex and interesting character initially she does appear to be quite a simple character as she is described as having 'got the eye' and being a 'tart' again when we see here for the first time it is clear that she is seen as a dangerous, sexual character.
Curley's wife is the most dangerous character in the novel, because she is the loneliest one the appearance and clothing of curley's wife have a symbolic meaning she is described as a purty the depression was a time of economic downfall which caused very high unemployment in western. Explain the significance of each passage, or explain how the passage relates to the work as a whole list plot write at least three prompts for the novel a topic which appears time and again in the novel is painting edna is a painter, and her efforts and paintings. Curley's wife appears three times in the novel briefly describe what takes place on each occasion many people in the novel suffer from disappointment choose any three of the following characters and discuss what reasons they have to be disappointed about.