Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • Is anything funny? NO ONE LAUGHS AT ME!
  • George and Lennie have ran away from Weed. They have come to Soledad for a new job and escaping from a man coming after them because Lennie wanted to touch a woman's dress. In which the woman accused Lennie of rape.
  • Falling Action
  • George and Lennie arrive at the farm they will be working at. They meet Carlson, Crook, Slim, Curley, Candy, and Curley's wife. George constintaly tells Lennie that one day, their dream of having a farm will come true, as they have to work hard to achieve their dream.
  • Resolution
  • When Curley asked about his wife, no one knew where she was. Slim wasn't in the cabin with the rest of the men, so he thought Slim was with Curley's wife. When they find out that if was false, Curley joked violently with Slim. Curley said something and Lennie laughed. Curley got mad and started to beat him up. George kept telling Lennie to hit him back. He was scared to do anything, until he uncontrollably broke Curley's hand.
  • Conflict: Man vs. Man
  • Since Curley's wife was always looking for trouble, one day she went into the men's dorm. She saw Lennie and Crook. Crook tried to "shew"her away, but failed. Lennie tried telling her that he was going to get in trouble if George caught him talking to her. Curley's wife talks him out of the situation and asks him what he likes. Lennie repsonds with "soft things". She says, "who doesn't". She then lets him feel her hair. Lennie touches her hair until he looses control of his owns force and ends up snapping her neck out of place, in which she dies.
  • When Curley finds out about his wife's death, he figures out that Lennie had killed her. They all go to search for Lennie. Curley tells the men that he will personally shoot Lennie behind his head. Since George went along with the men, he finally finds Lennie. To protect Lennie from all the evil that has to come soon, he shoots him for his own good.
  • The novel's central conflict is Man vs. Man. There are many instances were Man vs. Man is found. Man vs. Man is mainly between Lennie and other people. Lennie had a conflict with Curley, Curley's wife, the lady with the soft dress, and other farmers.
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