In the early fifties, Walt DIsney was inspired to build Disneyland because he wanted a clean place, where parents and children could enjoy spending time at an amusement park together. And the meanness and the plannings and the discontent and the ache for attention were all gone from her face.
Alive, she is connected to Eve in the Garden of Eden.
Firstly a white dove represents peace, so she is now at peace and not desperately enduring her unhappy life, she is freed from her hopeless dreams and brutal husbamd. I will be responding to the question describe an important character and explain how the character helped you understand an important message.
Some of the loneliest characters we come across in the novel are Candy, an old man with only one hand, Crooks, a black cripple and Curley's Wife, a woman who has no name; she is lonely even though she is married.
In depression era America, no greater truth could be said. Her dreams make her more human and vulnerable. Her name was May. Lennie was not much different between the book and the two movies.
She has full, rouged lips and wide-spaced eyes, heavily made up. At the end of the film, when Lennie and Curleys wife are talking, tension is slowly built up in the lead up to her death because of the head to head shot used and the two characters heads moving closer together.
She was very pretty and simple, and her face was sweet and young.