He hurls the dead puppy across the room in frustration, then retrieves it and strokes it again. Rascoe's opinion of foreshadowing in the story. Although Candy deep down knew that his dog was beyond his years and was suffering day to day, it was hard for him to accept it and let go. When Candy tells the ranch workers what happened, a mob gathers. Foreshadowing creates intensity and keeps the story interesting, which suggests that foreshadowing can make a book more enjoyable. But as the story progresses, the range narrows. An' he ain't no good to himself.
This shows how all the foreshadowing in the book was resolved. He likes to touch soft things but kills animals and breaks things without meaning to. George admits that he lied about Lennie being his cousin. From the beginning to the end, it appears everywhere hinting on what will happen. George took Leonie and they escaped the town. Two days later we find Lennie alone in a barn, with a puppy he had accidentally killed. The fact that the death of Candy's dog and the death of Lennie are identical reflects on the way his murder was carried out.
C … urley's wife comes in and sits beside him. Candy being George and his dog being Lennie. So all these events foreshadowed. I swear you hadda, Come on with me. As George prepares to meet the boss, Candy reports that he is a nice enough man although he takes his anger out on the black stable buck, Crooks.
In Steinbeck's story Of Mice and Men, two shootings take place in the book. Lennie was fond of soft, tender objects. You could also mention the an … imals that are his company and also I think there is something to do with book that suggests they have been read many times and that could be due to loneliness as he has nothing else to do. Candy asks George if their dream of buying the farm will ever happen, but they both know it won't. Steinbeck used realism to convey his points for a purpose, and his main purpose was that he wanted something to be made known to the public.
The first example of foreshadowing tells us what Lennie will do. No big son-of-a-bitch is gonna laugh at me. You ain't so little as mice. Both of the victims friends reacted the same, they both seemed mesmerized and bemused about what had happened. As they walk, Lennie asks George if they could buy a house together, with a farm. If Steinbeck wasn't so prolific in his use of foreshadowing the readers experience would be very different. In this chapter, George has gone to Soledad with the rest of the ranchers, as they would often do on Saturday night.
The first is the surnames of both men - 'George Milton' as in Milton's 'Paradise Lost' where the bunkhouse and workfarm are far from being anyone's idea of 'paradise'. Critics have much to say, both positive and negative. This led him into much trouble and the townspeople to go after him. George then shot him right at the back of his head, just like Candy's dog was shot. Carlson , a large, big-stomached man, also enters the bunk house and asks Slim whether his dog had her litter last night.
He runs to the clearing in the woods where the novel began. This book is about two friends who face the challenges of humanity and the world around them. Foreshadowing Lennie's Death Steinbeck also foreshadows Lennie's death at the hands of his friend. The first scene depicting a calm, serene, peaceful haven of sorts, reminiscent of Eden, was the first bit of foreshadowing, although initially it didn't seem so. I shouldn't ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog.
John Steinbeck uses this technique of foreshadowing in the book Of Mice and Men. When he leaves, Candy explains that Curley, who is short, hates big guys like Lennie out of jealousy. And when George kills Lennie at the end of the book they both wanted to kill them by their selves even though George did do it himself. That one way is through the uses of literary devices such as similes, metaphors and personification. . Foreshadowing in Of Mice and Men By Alex Luciani Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck is the tale of an unlikely friendship between two men trying to achieve their dream.