Of Mice and Men Storyboard

Of Mice and Men Storyboard

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  • George
  • I ain't sure it's good water. Looks kinda scummy.
  • Curley's wife
  • I’m glad you bust up Curley a little bit. He got it comin’ to him. Sometimes I’d like to bust him myself.
  • Lennie
  • What pup, George? I ain't got no pup.
  • George is "small and quick, dark of face, with restless eyes, and strong, sharp features.” (pg. 2). He and Lennie travel together, and he is like an older sibling to his childlike friend. George is careful, cautious, and never gets into trouble, or a fight.
  • Curley
  • Curley's wife had "fully rouged lips, and wide-spaced eyes, heavily made up. Her fingernails were red. Her hair hung in little rolled clusters like sausages.” All the men think that she is trouble, but in reality, she is lonely and doesn't love Curley.
  • Slim
  • You wouldn’t tell? No...’course you wouldn’t.
  • Lennie is a "huge man, shapeless of face, with large, pale eyes, and with wide, sloping shoulders". He acts like a child even though he is a grown man and loves to pet soft things. He and George travel together, and want to "live off the fatta the land".
  • Crooks
  • Curley is "ligtweight and handy", and he also is a boxer. He is mean, innapropriate, and anxious. He is also the boss's son, so he never will get fired. Curley is disliked by all, even his wife.
  • By Christ, he gotta talk when he's spoke to. What the hell are you gettin' into it for?
  • Slim was an extremely skilled skinner, and "there was a gravity in his manner and a quiet so profound that all talk stopped when he spoke." He has such a great authority and everyone listens to him. He is kid, understanding, and trustworthy.
  • Crooks was an African American man whose "body was bent over to the left by his crooked spine, and his eyes lay deep in his head,". He is resentful towards the bucks and skinners as they are mean to him because of his race. Despite this, he craves company.
  • Come on in. If everybody’s comin’ in, you might just as well.
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