Curley's Wife

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"He says he was gonna put me in the movies"
She has her dreams destroyed
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"Married two weeks and got the eye"
This point shows that she may not he loyal to Curley because she looks at other men in the farm also she may have realised that her marriage is poor
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"She had full roughed lips and wide spaced eyes, heavily me up"
Curley's wife is deemed a " tart" and is seen as ******** by the ranch hands
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"Think I'm gonna stay in that two-by-four house and listen how Curley's gonna lead with his left twice and then bring in the old right cross?"
Curley's wife is very lonely as are so many people in the novel and is trapped in a loveless marriage
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"You know what u can do to you if you open your trap?"
She can be vindictive and she will use the power her status gives her"
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"red cotton house dress"
The emphasis on red is significant as the colour red cam typically mean danger, which may foreshadow what is later to come.
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CONTEXT "bouquet of red ostrich feathers" on the instep of her shoes
would have been extremely expensive. she is wearing them on a ranch which show her cry for attention
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Card 2

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This point shows that she may not he loyal to Curley because she looks at other men in the farm also she may have realised that her marriage is poor

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"Married two weeks and got the eye"

Card 3

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Curley's wife is deemed a " tart" and is seen as ******** by the ranch hands

Back

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Card 4

Front

Curley's wife is very lonely as are so many people in the novel and is trapped in a loveless marriage

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

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She can be vindictive and she will use the power her status gives her"

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