How does Steinbeck explored different attitudes towards women in Of Mice and Men?





I have to do a at least 2 page essay on this and is due in soon. I need a few points and an ideas for a conclusion but any ideas would be very helpful thank you!I normally write at A / A* Thanks in advance!



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2 Responses to “How does Steinbeck explored different attitudes towards women in Of Mice and Men?”

  1. settergrass says:

    He doesn’t name women he classifies them curleys wife she belongs to him.

  2. remus says:

    Women have only 3 different roles in the book: A wife/mother, an actress or a prostitute.They are not valued because they are not physically strong, and in the depression, those who could work were viewed with higher respect. In fact, they are not even supposed to be seen on the ranch. “ain’t no place for a girl” You could talk about the ways that Steinbeck shows this in the text.Curleys wife is the only main female character. This at once highlights her status as an outcast- she has no one similar to relate to. The ranch men cannot percieve her as a real human being, and don’t try to understand her, they simply mark her off as a tart. Explore the limited attitudes towards women- they seem to group all women into a few different roles.Also mention the other references to women in the text: Aunt Clara, Suzy and the prostitutes and what they show about women in the 1930s.