In this story, although some people have terrific strengths, they may have higher weak points, and sometimes the strong don’t constantly make it through. Strength in something can greatly benefit an individual. For example: 1.
Lennie is physically strong and large. He is able to work extremely hard since of his strength, and he utilizes this to his benefit. Slim stated,” By the method, what did you stated about Lennie was dead-on. Possibly he isn’t intelligent, but I’ve never seen such a good employee as him.
He worked much harder than the other men this afternoon, filling barley on to the waggon. Nobody can work as fast as him” (it remains in chapter 6). Lennie also uses his strength to his benefit when he fights Curley. With his immense power he had the ability to squash Curley’s hand. 2. George’s intelligence. George is an extremely quick thinker. He is there to get Lennie out of difficulty when he causes it. An example would be what occurred in Weed. Lennie felt a woman’s gown and didn’t let go, so she accused him of raping her, and sent men to lynch him.
George, believing quickly, informed Lennie to conceal in a marsh so that the males wouldn’t discover and kill him. 3. Curley, as a symbol of authority on the ranch and a champion fighter, makes this clear instantly by using his brutish strength and violent temper to daunt the men and his partner. 4. Curley’s better half. Curley’s better half is beautiful. Beautifulness is the strength in herself to flirts with all the men she fulfilled particularly all the males in the ranch.
5. Slim. Slim is the senior employee in ranch. So everyone appreciated him and his viewpoints. For example when Slim stated” Carlson’s right. Your pet dog’s no good to himself. I ‘d be grateful if someone shot me when I was so old that I might hardly move”. this ipinion makes Sweet felt powerless and then he mau accept his pet dog will be shoted by the Carlson. (it’s in chapter 7) 6. Carson. He has the strength to shoted the Sweet’s dog because he has a gun and Slim suporrted him. (it’s in chapter 7)