Comparing Of mice and men to the hunger games

It’s a bit like the Appetite Games as they require ACH other as allies to survive. They would help each other and since Curlers wife knelt down beside him it resembles she sees him as one of her own, like they are on the same level power smart. Will go back to this image later in my essay.

We have actually been presented to Curlers wife as the libertine featherbrain by the males on the ranch “Jesus what a tramp [George to Leonie] “the kids do not personally know her yet they are all prejudging her of her looks and the way she acts. This reveals that the only way she has the power over the guys is sexually.

Not even Curler takes her seriously. She mess lonesome and just wants to talk to the men so that she can relate to them and find a pal. The reason that the guys would evaluate her so much is because of sexual disappointment that is triggered by her. This might also connect back to the sass’s as women we suggested to simply look pretty and satisfaction their guys. Not only that, they were seen to have no rights to themselves. They couldn’t vote, couldn’t go off on their own, they needed to wed the very first male that asks and do his unclean washing for the rest of their lives.

In Of Mice and Men, Curlers better half was viewed as” prison bait” this basically means that she’s a trap that’s being fished onto all of the males and trying to capture one unfortunate sap to say he required himself upon her. This might lead to being fired or being lynched. In the sass’s all you needed to do was touch a ladies’s gown and she could state you permeated her and get you lynched in front of the whole town. This reveals that the male characters were frightened and threatened by Curlers wife due to her power of getting them eliminated or tortured.

You’ve got to keep in mind that these males remained in an all-male society and this one female comes in and to all these males she stumbles upon like she’s deliberately sexually frustrating them. This could connect back to power as it reveals that the men on the cattle ranch are weak when it concerns sexual stress. It could show how little they consider themselves. Another way that we know they are sexually closed up or more like insecure. All the males go to a ‘Where house” at the end of each month. The reality that they go to ladies who do it for a living and are paid to enjoyment the males no matter what they look or resemble on the inside.

This shows that the males could be shy and insecure about sexual intercourse. It doesn’t reveal much feeling and the ladies do not need to personally feel a connection between homeless and the customers. Just think about it like completion of the first hunger games; Jennifer Lawrence established a fake romance with Josh Hucksters to survive. Metaphorically, the woman of the streets are Jennifer Lawrence as they are doing whatever they can to endure and it’s just so occurred that they might only get work in the ‘Hover house”.

The males are josh Hucksters as they are weak and are supported in some method by the woman of the streets. They are supporting the people on the ranch by letting them launch all of the sexual anger that develops due to Curler’s other half. The more you find out about it the more it comes clear that the guys on the cattle ranch are presumed to been seen as the most affordable of normal society’s power program. Although many characters have no acknowledged social power since of their low social class; they all try to soak up the little power each other has.

For example; Scoundrels’ nasty strike on Leonie is the very best example upon this statement. “Expose George don’t come back no more [Criminals to Leonie)”. Scoundrels was taking his understanding and Lien’s vulnerability and attempted to appear more powerful. They are both outcasts drawn by individuals who inform them what to do; “yes ma’am” Crooks considering this to Curlers better half as it reveals that she is the boss over him. Ma’am is used formally as the other men on the ranch describe her as “Curlers partner”. This program that Scoundrel is powerless compared to her. She is holding the reins and Scoundrels is the horse.

A horse is appeared to be a free beautiful creature but they are managed by others revealing that they aren’t quite the exact same power as the rider but when they are on their own they are the most powerful animals around. This could represent criminals remarkable as he is exceptionally powerful its only the color of his skin that hold him back. Like the majority of colored individuals in the 1 ass’s. Returning to the statement that formerly wrote; while Leonie breaks the segregation guideline of the sass’s Crooks is seeming like it’s his right to be the most effective person in the room.

Although he is colored it is likewise his “shed home”. It was the one location where he might be himself without having the pressure of society on his shoulders. Although you could argue that Crooks having his own separate “shed home” is immediately reminding individuals of the society in the 1 ass’s, however it is the one location you could see him delighted. Compared to all the guys residing in the bunk souse he is living in a palace! His living conditions are a lot better than the bunk home. He gets individual ownerships. Nobody in the bunk house seems to have meaningful ownerships however scoundrels does.

Criminals has a whole space all to himself. It provides him some privilege and an expect some power. It releases the power as he is the only individual in the “shed home” it will only be interrupted when white people stroll into his house. Like Leonie did. He was just defending his power like anyone would if they felt intimidated in their own home. During the sass’s if there was one minor thing sounded with you; you would be deemed a castaway. If you were mentally or handicapped they would chain you up in a psychological institution.

If you were colored but mainly black they would lynch you for the color of your skin. You would be looked down on for the special qualities that made you. What IM attempting to say is that everybody desperately wanted to suit to society and be what was observed to be typical. There are many methods this is equated in the book. Id personally need to say that the best method to reveal this in the book is the conversation Crooks and Leonie shared when Leonie kook away Crook’s personal privacy when he entered his house;’ ‘They II take hay to the booby hatch …

Tie you up with a collar like a pet dog’ this reveals that Steinbeck desired everybody to know what would take place to individuals who were regrettable enough to be pressed to the bottom of the barrel. Booby hatch describes a psychological institution. Filled with people who were considered as America’s sins. It isn’t a really pleasant thing to state however it was honest and that would’ve been rather fortunate for Leonie and even Crooks! If Crooks stepped one foot out of line he would’ve been lynched for a reality! It goes on about saying hat they will connect him up with a collar like a canine; this gives us the impression of Leonie being determined like he has done something incorrect.

When in reality he hasn’t done anything incorrect. Once again this also connects back to power when you see that pets are animals, family pets are suggested to obey their owners. The owners being the effective one in the circumstance. Leonie being the metaphoric canine shows that he has no power, he needs to be the one to bow down. He is presumed to be the mute of the society on the ranch. In conclusion; people in Of Mice and Men were treated with abuse and bias. The majority of people were/ loud respond in a different way depending upon how they were dealt with; however they had to take it.