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Portrayal of Curley's Wife by Mind Map: Portrayal of Curley
5.0 stars - 2 reviews range from 0 to 5

Portrayal of Curley's Wife

Hook – “The best laid schemes o' Mice an' Men, Gang aft agley” (Robert Burns, “To a Mouse”) Thesis – In the book Of Mice and Men, the author, John Steinbeck, depicts what he thinks about all women when he shows Curley’s wife as a flirtatious, vain, and innocent woman who is alienated, desperate, powerful and disappointed with what she has.

Flirtatious, vain but innocent

Fancies Slim

Starts screaming when lennie starts messing up her hair

Allows lennie to touch her hair

Alienated

Only woman on the ranch

Is 'separated' from her husband

Is nameless

Desperate

Wants someone other than Curley

Wanted to talk with someone

Wants material objects (clothes)

Powerful

Can have anyone lynched

Can have people do things for her

Dont want to be seen talking to her by Curley

Disappointed

Once was scammed by a guy (movies)

Nobody to talk to

Does not like Curley's glove