Friday, March 8, 2019
Of Mice and Men Ã¢â¬ CurleyÃ¢â¬â¢s Wife Essay
Curleys wife is the only women in the ranch, as we larn from the previous chapters, and is not given a name as she is seen as Curleys property. First destined to be an actress as she recounts to Lennie, Candy and Crooks, her chances were interpreted away by her mother who thought she was too young and she so ended up at the ranch by marrying Curley, concerned in getting away from her opportunity-breaker mother as soon as possible. From this we stern already observe her high self-esteem, thinking it was only because of her mother that she didnt end up in acting, not because of her possible lack of big(p) talent. But marrying Curley wasnt maybe finally the best choice.Confined approximately all day in a two-by-four house, she has to listen to her men-hater husbands only conversation about what he is going to do to the fellows he doesnt like, or to support his non-care about her. She doesnt like him, says he is too selfish and proud of himself (we can notice that these are as well as two of her self- calibreistics). These facts lead her to become lonely and hostile to men, regarding them as responsible for her bad situation.The only benefit she uses from her marriage is her superiority against the other men, universe the wife of the bosss son and so having the business office of having them fired, power from which she abuses, for example by forcing Lennie, Crooks and Candy to speak to her. This shows her manipulative and intelligent character but also her tremendous loneliness. She is mean, bitter and prejudiced against them (she calls them the weak ones, hobos, and discriminates them by treating them respectively of dum-dum, nigger and lousy old sheep), but she has an irrepressible pack to talk to them.