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    I NEED YOUR HELP TO CORRECT MY GRAMMAR

    Prove that Curley is cruel, hateful, and distrustful

    Curley, the boss’ son, is a malevolent character in Steinbeck’s novel. Who seems to have control of everything and almost everyone on his father’s ranch. As a results make him cruel, hateful, and distrustful man.
    Curley is a thin cruel man. Always picking fights especially with men who are bigger than he is. He is taking the advantage because he is the ranch owner son. For example when Curley picks the fight with Lennie he does not realize the danger he is about to face. After Lennie smashed his hand, then he understand is a big mistake to fight him. However, when he find out about his wife death, he knew Lennie kills her. Curley sees this as his opportunity for revenge. George knows Lennie is going to face terrible death by Curley. In that case, George locates Lennie and Kills him peaceful.
    In addition, almost everyone on the ranch hates him. Curley enters the bunk house looking for the boss, who is his father. He behaves badly towards Lennie. When he leaves Candy explain to George and Lennie that he hates big guys. He feels inferior. Moreover, Candy owns an old dog, which he loves dearly. But with Curley hateful, he shoots the dog because he is an old dog. Candy is not happy about that, his dog gives him a company while other ranchers go to work, as results he is lonely. He is asking George and Lennie if he could join their dreams of owning their own ranch.
    Curley tries to prove his masculinity by marrying a physically attractive woman. He never gives his wife a name. She is known as Curley’s wife Of Mice and Men novel. Constantly, he comes to the bunkhouse looking for his wife. That proves how distrustful he is. He is suspecting her to be off with other men when she is not under his supervision. Because of that, he warns George to stay away from her. George also tells Lennie to avoid her. But Lennie go ahead and welcomes her to the bunkhouse and later she died on his hand.
    In conclusion, Curley is a temper man and tendency to provoke conflict with other ranches. None of the workers like him, but they put up with him.

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    Re: I NEED YOUR HELP TO CORRECT MY GRAMMAR

    Prove that Curley is cruel, hateful, and distrustful

    Curley, the boss’s son, is a malevolent character in Steinbeck’s novel who seems to have control of everything and nearly everyone on his father’s ranch. As a result, this makes him a cruel, hateful, and distrustful man.
    Curley is also a thin man who is always picking fights, especially with men who are bigger than he is. He is taking advantage of being the ranch owner's son. For example, when Curley picks the fight with Lennie, he does not realize the danger he is about to face. After Lennie smashed his hand, he understood it was a big mistake to fight him in the first place. However, when he find out about his wife's death, he knew Lennie had killed her. Curley sees this as his opportunity for revenge. George knows Lennie is going to face a terrible death caused by Curley. In that case, George locates Lennie and Kills him peacefully.
    In addition, almost everyone on the ranch hates him. Curley enters the bunk house looking for the boss, who is his father. He behaves badly towards Lennie. When he leaves, Candy explains to George and Lennie that he hates big guys; he feels inferior. Moreover, Candy owns an old dog, which he loves dearly. But with Curley hateful, he shoots the dog because he is an old dog. Candy is not happy about that; his dog gives him company while other ranchers go to work and, as a result, he is lonely. He is asking George and Lennie if he could join in their dreams of owning their own ranch.
    Curley tries to prove his masculinity by marrying a physically attractive woman. He never gives his wife a name, however. She is known as Curley’s wife Of Mice and Men novel. Constantly, he comes to the bunkhouse looking for his wife, which proves how distrustful he is. He is suspecting her to be off with other men when she is not under his supervision. Because of that, he warns George to stay away from her. George also tells Lennie to avoid her. But Lennie goes ahead and welcomes her to the bunkhouse, and she later died in his hands.
    In conclusion, Curley is a man with a bad temper and who has a tendency to provoke conflict with other ranchers. None of the workers like him, but they put up with him.

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