Of Mice And Men

Of Mice And Men

GCSE English Literature.

In the first chapter Steinback characterised George as, small and quick, dark in face with restless eyes and strong, sharp features. I have investigated this description in to detail and I believe that the description of him also can show his strength and weaknesses.
In chapter one when they come up by the river Lennie sprints to the water to drink, George warns him that he should never drink water that isn?t running then George leaned over the river and tasted to water saying, ?I ain?t sure it?s good water?. Being almost satisfied. George seems to be keeping an eye out for everything around Lennie and himself; he is very protective and he is an outlook for trouble.
Shifting further into the chapter George then notices that Lennie had his hands in his pockets, and asks what he has. It is a dead mouse that Lennie had kept to pet with his thumb as they walked. George than takes the mouse away from him, and explains that they are going to work on a ranch like the one in weed from where they came and tells Lennie not to speak when they get to the ranch for their boss will

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