The passage connects with the theme through the characters, george, lennie, curley, slim, and carlson in this passage, like i mentioned in task 2, there is alot of dialogue used to not only interest the readers, but also to see the actions that is happening in the situation. Slim is the prince of the ranch he's the consummate western man: masterful, strong, fair-minded, practical, non-talkative, and exceptionally good at what he does. Of mice and men - study and discussion questions what qualities does the description of slim suggest 9 what is the significance of slim's and carlson's remarks.
Slim asks carlson to take a shovel with him when he goes to shoot candy's dog because he was being careful and understanding towards candy's dog's death. Carlson's law, posited by dr curtis r carlson, the ceo of sri international, in silicon valley, states that: in a world where so many people now have access to education and cheap tools of. Slim, the jerkline skinner, is tall and strong, yet gentle in his movements and speech, and he is very good at his job however, even his impressive physical qualities are not his most important. Carlos slim helú (spanish pronunciation: [ˈkaɾlos ezˈlim eˈlu] born january 28, 1940) is a mexican business magnate, engineer, investor and philanthropist from 2010 to 2013, slim was ranked as the richest person in the world by the forbes business magazine.
'of mice and men': differences between charatcers key pairings here are the main antithetical pairings in the novella: george and lennie slim and curley. Slim offers him a puppy and urges him to let carlson shoot the dog another farmhand, whit, enters and shows slim a letter written by a man they used to work with published in a pulp magazine the short letter praises the magazine. I think the significance of slim and carlson's remarks about the dogs where to encourage candy for him to shoot his dog, and he's only companion the fact that candy only really listens when slim comments show how respected slim is and how his word is law. Carlson: ranch hand who is the exact opposite of slim coarse and insensitive, carlson does not understand the feelings of those around him candy: the ranch hand who wanted to join the dream of george and lennie, candy's one faithful companion was his dog anticipates the bleakness of the futures of all the other ranch hands. A quiet, insightful man, slim alone understands the nature of the bond between george and lennie, and comforts george at the book's tragic ending carlson - a ranch-hand, carlson complains bitterly about candy's old, smelly dog.
Carlos slim was born on jan 28, 1940, in mexico city, mexico his parents, julián slim haddad and linda helú atta, were both maronite catholics of lebanese descent. Carlson enters and complains bitterly about the smell of candy's dog, offering to shoot it to put it out of its misery candy looks to the other guys, particularly slim, for help with this decision candy looks to the other guys, particularly slim, for help with this decision. Home of mice and men q & a 1 what is the significance of t of mice and men 1 what is the significance of the remarks slim and carlson make about the dogs 1what is the significance of the remarks slim and carlson make about the dogs.
As slim points out, he's actually right: i wisht somebody'd shoot me if i get old an' a cripple (3) the problem is his delivery where slim seems to understand and honor candy's feelings, carlson just thinks he's being a big weenie. Best answer: carlson is a large, big-stomached man he is a mechanic at the ranch who cannot stand the smell of candy's old sheepdog he wanted candy to raise one of slim's instead. The shooting of candy's dog shows the callousness of carlson and the reality of old age and infirmity carlson offers to shoot the old dog, complaining many times of the smell he brutally keeps after candy, and candy's reaction can be seen in the adverbs steinbeck uses to describe how candy looks: uneasily, hopefully, hopelessly. Carlson doesn't understand why george is upset because he doesn't have any family so he can't relate to how george is feeling slim knows why he's upset because of the stories george told slim so he comforts him by asking him to go get a drink with him.
People living in the 1930s, famously known as the time of the great depression are all bullies in the gloomy reality they are living in carlson is a character in the book, of mice and men, written by john steinbeck, represent the typical man living in that era. Carlson had no right to shoot candy's dog if it had been carlson's dog, then yes, but it wasn't slim came back into play after this scene, by offering candy any one of the puppies that he wanted, trying to soothe the poor old man's heart. Carlson is a mechanic and slim is a mule driver, both positions are quite equal in status both are also powerful characters and men in the novel, but each for very different reasons and in very. A large, big-stomached man who works at the ranch, carlson complains about candy's dog and eventually offers to put the old dog out of its misery george steals carlson's gun to shoot lennie after curley's wife is murdered the jerkline skinner at the ranch, slim is a seemingly ageless man who.
5 identify slim and carlson 6 what does slim have that lennie wants literary from ela 223 at raleigh egypt high school. Slim and carlson are other ranch hands slim seems very reasonable and respected and tries to understand george and lennie carlson is later responsible for killing candy's dog. Then, slim, carlson, and curley find george where they heard the gunshot slim comforts george, and slim leads george off to get a drink carlson and curley watch the two men and wonder what is bothering george and slim. Slim isn't around and curley, instantly suspicious, thinks slim is with his wife curley storms off to the barn whit is expecting a fight, so he and carlson head over to the barn.