English I Of mice and men reflection - Mar 27, 2014, 5-35 PM

English I Of mice and men reflection - Mar 27, 2014, 5-35 PM

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Unformatted text preview: Celine Nasr _____‘__ MS. Livanis / 5 English 1. 4 I 19 September 2009 Changes Overtime George’s idea of taking care of Lennie changes as the threat of harm to Lennie increases. For example, when Lennie remembers the instructions that George gave hi1“, George saysf‘Good boy! That’s fine, Lennie! Maybe you’re gettin’ better. When we get the coulpla acres I can let you tend the rabbits all right. ‘Specially if you remember as «A. 7 good as that” (14). George is positive and supportive of Lennie when he sees that Lennie’s memory is getting better. é result 9f Lennie’s memory is that he will stay away ) U R from harm and danger , however, omyit: he'follows George’s instructions. In addition, when Curley attacks Lennie, George encourages him to fight back and yells, “Get him, Lennie, Don’t let him do it.” (60). Even though Lennie listens to George with his directions to get involved with Curley he was still put in a dangerous situation."I‘_o WSHW‘} protect Lennie, George began to care less about his actions. Finally, when Lennie flees afier killing Culrley’s wife, “George raised the gun and steadied it, and he brought the muzzle of it close to the back of Lennie’s head. The hand shook violently, but his face set and his hand steadied. He pulled the trigger” (101). When Lennie‘s harm and danger 560 increases, George’s idea changes. Lennie then became too much for George to handle. 0322C ' J George began caring less about Lennie’s actions to a point were he coulcEijfihandle [f . 7 taking care of him any longer. , £5 Q .5 _ .7 M {It Q ‘ ‘ 2 ‘ ...
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