She wants to have a better life , become famous have many friends and not to be married to Curley. For Jay, his American Dream is not material possessions, although it may seem. Curley's Wife though isn't trying to do anything sexual with them though, just looking for someone to talk to, which angers her. It is only 30,000 words in length. Not even Lennie crush … ing his hand could change this. A possession that he gets to control. He was bound in teasing Lennie since he was young.
She tempts Lennie into touching her hair, this could be interpreted as a sexual advance. The play was revived in a 1974 Broadway production in the starring as George and as Lennie. Overall, her flirtatious attitude can be seen as her way of keeping a form of interaction and coping with the reality that her dream of being an actress will never come true. Curley's Wife has always had the childhood dream of becoming famous, and still has the dream by the end of the book, but loses hope. Let's just call her trouble: she's a good-looking woman who knows it, wearing makeup, form-fitting dresses, and ostrich-feathered high heels. She wanted to leave her little life in her small town behind with visions of grandeur. This gives off the presence of her being a whore.
She probably wouldn't of made it off the ranch and to Hollywood, especially with the treatment of women at the time, but it was good for her to keep a steady goal to try to achieve even though she was sort of a realist and knew goals and dreams didn't come true for many people. Curley's wife is no exception to this. The main characters of the book are George and Lennie. Steinbeck remarks on how people can create a dream and how they can have positive and negative effects from them. Karolides, Lee Burress, and John M. Curley uses his aggressive nature and superior position in an attempt to take control of his father's farm. Curley;s wife symbolized the level of equality that women had in the time period that took place in the story.
Her dreams do come to an end though when she gets killed. They had no rights or freedom. Regarding human interaction, evil of oppression and abuse is a theme that is illustrated through Curley and Curley's wife. She also overcomes her insecurity by covering herself up through the way she expresses herself publicly, masking her true identity and emotions. Her real dream becomes more visiable only if someone could look past her outer appearance.
Many other guys don't want to talk to her either because they think she's jailbait. This implies that Curley's wife is not happy with her marriage, and is seeking attention from the other men due to a lack of attention from Curley. Curley and his wife have a loveless marriage, as Curley just treats her as … a possession. And, as in all of Steinbeck's Califomia fiction, setting plays a central role in determining the major themes of this work. They had fled from after Lennie touched a young woman's dress and wouldn't let go, leading to an accusation of. He kept on holding her, and accidentally cracked her neck.
When the other ranch hands find the corpse, George realizes that their dream is at an end. But the guy says I coulda. Standin' here talkin' to a bunch of bindle stiffs—a nigger an' a dum-dum and a lousy ol' sheep—an' likin' it because they ain't nobody else. His lack of love, respect and attention results to her death in the end. Men always got jobs first and women are often viewed as objects, which you can see in the book when it talk about Curley wearing a glove with Vaseline in it to keep it soft for her.
She told him her disappointment in her marriage, her life, disappointment in her self. I chose this picture because when I picture Curley's Wife, I picture her as a pretty blonde girl who has many hopes and dreams of becoming an actress. Curley's wife desperately wanted to feel like somebody special. You bindle bums think you're so damn good. In his dream he looks after the rabbits. And I think that would be quite normal, because Curley deserves it. This dream of theirs represents the American dream.
Which—let's just say it—maybe a tad impractical for a ranch? Because of Candy, the dream hada chance to become a reality and it causes George to consider thatmaybe dreams can come true. It is a tale of the friendship between two men, George and Lennie, who have travelled to work on a ranch together and how their friendship is put to the test. There was a major problem that happened and other complications arose, therefore his dream was very unlikely to become reality. A man once told her that she was a natural at acting, and he would write her so that she could get in the movies. Of Mice and Men has been proposed for censorship 54 times since it was published in 1936. Robert Burns - To a Mouse.