Curley's Wife coming from Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men
'A girl standing up there looking in. The lady had complete rouged lip area and
wide-spaced eyes, intensely made up. Her fingernails were red. Her hair
strung in tiny rolled clusters, like sausages, she put on a silk cotton house
outfit and red mules. '
This is everything we picture of Curley's wife, with no name it reveals
how she actually is thought of upon all the guys on the hacienda and how Steinbeck
feels about what person she actually is. I think Steinbeck's interpretation of
Curley's better half is that she's a very centered person although very seriously
made up and likes to look nice and one of those reasons is because 1
of her dreams was that the lady wanted to get a film star and the simply
reason she's actually for the ranch is due to her mother.
George and Lennie have very mixed views on the smoothness of
Curley's wife on 1 hands George considers that the girl with a tramp 'Jesus, what
a tramp' and obviously will not think much of her and in addition feels she actually is
heavily made up only to attempt to get focus off the staff
Lennie alternatively thinks she's 'purty' and also likes her but
getting Lennie this individual likes nearly anything playful.
My own thoughts of Curley's better half are that she is an extremely nice and polite
person many doesn't indicate to be the person she is made out to be.
Also Personally i think she need to feel very only being the only girl for the ranch
however in some techniques I feel the lady does like this because this means she can
flirt together with the men and almost do no matter what she wants. I do feel sorry
for her relatively though mainly because she is a lot bossed about by
Curley and this individual doesn't let her do anything and the girl with very limited
to what she can and can't do, Curley gets really furious when he finds
out regarding her flirting with the additional men and in many cases confronts the other
men almost blaming them for what has occurred.