Of Mice and Men Ending
As the males came through the cleaning and near the river, the canines got the smell of Lennie instantly. As soon as they found Lennie, Curly and the other males rapidly bound Lennie with hay twine and put him on a horse. As they rode into the farmhouse, Curly kept a weapon at Lennie’s head for every difficult step that seemed like and eternity. Lennie was puzzled. He just wanted to stop her from shrieking. Small mindless talk was raised throughout the journey across the hot dry grasslands to assist break the uncomfortable silence.
When the guys paraded across the barnyard with their reward, their trophy, Lennie, George might not enjoy. It was difficult for George to see his buddy, his just true buddy to be bound like a dead animal and paraded around. George pulled back into the bunkhouse and was quickly joined by Sweet. Candy was unfortunate that Lennie had entered into difficulty and now their dream was over. George and Candy were not just worried about their dream, but the fate of their partner. What would Curly do?
The next day the farm was awakened by the innocent cry of Lennie. George went going to the rescue, to find that not saving was possible. Curly was whipping Lennie, like a madman. Lennie’s eyes took a look at George longingly, trying to reach out for the help of his dearest buddy, but there was no assistance to give. Watching his buddy be caged up like a wild animal and at the mercy of such and insecure male made George upset. And the reality that George could not do anything about it made him feel so horrible that he couldn’t take it anymore.
He turned on Curly; taking him down prior to he knew what hit him. As Curly lay unconscious on the ground, George undid Lennie’s shackles and ties and set him free. Lennie was so grateful and as fast as they could they discovered Sweet and they all 3 packed up their belonging and began the long walk to Soledad. As quickly as they showed up in Soledad, they each bought a bus ticket, a ticket to liberty, to a farm in the nation where Lennie might tend the rabbits and they might all live off the fat o da’ Land.