How does the author reveal the aggravation and tension of the men’s lives in this area? (Page 57– 63) In this area the males are continuously in aggravation which develops a tense atmosphere due to the fact that of the worry of ending up being “sacked” by Curly’s old male, although the only location that enables the males on the ranch to repose whilst still dealing with the ranch is by going to “Susy’s location”. The brothel is highly depended on by the guys because it provides the men joy; their attachment with the whorehouse is shown by announcing what the whorehouse includes.
George is dependant on the whorehouse because all he wants is a location where “A guy can go in an’ get drunk and get ever’thing outta his system at one time,” now narrowing this quote down to just, “and get ever’thing outta his system all at once”, we are shown that all George wants is to be far from is the cattle ranch and going to the whorehouse allows him to merely forget all his problems for the duration of one night.
The reality that George is frantically willing to escape life on the ranch reveals an idea of aggravation because George knows that he’s going to be on there for an extended period of time, but in the exact same situation, he is in desperation to leave work to become his own manager. The decision becomes aggravation due to the possibility that George’s dream is ending up being even more and even more far from his grasp.
Although in this area, the stress is mostly produced by Curley; when Curley enters the cattle ranch the majority of the men alter their behaviour to an awkward characteristic, because the primary focus is on Curley and his better half, and the men know that Curley’s other half can cause difficulty due to her flirtatious frame of mind. Curley goes into the ranch searching for his spouse which gets the guys get annoyed because when Curley is present he constantly insists on beginning a fight with someone which causes Curley attempting to build up the stress in between the men. Curley bust into the room” reveals the anxiety that Curley has towards the men and his partner being around everywhere he also “looked threateningly about the space” in attempt to trigger a fight with among the guys. The men likewise claim “Curley’s simply ruining it” by attempting to threaten all the men he is triggering hatred within the rest of the cattle ranch employees to go against him.