Of Mice and Men- Lennie 2

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Section 3: p9 90-92

'Lennie looked blankly'- lack of thought, innocence, confusion of what he has just done

'Lennie looked helplessly'- inferior, positions L at a victim

'Tried to retreat'- no ability to achieve, 'tried' emphasises L cannot match up to Curley

'Lennie gave a cry of terror'- baby, child-like, innocence, victimised

'George, make them stop'- utter reliance on G, needs protection

'Lennie's hands remained at his sides; he was too frightened to defend himself'- lack of sense, inability to fight back, opposing personality to Curley, shows Lennie's actions aren't intentional, showing the power struggle of soceity

'Lennie took his hands away from his face'- Only acts…


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