Of Mice and Men

how is curley described and actions what is georges and lennies reactions

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The son of the ranch owner, Curley is a man of short stature who is nevertheless a formidable boxer. Curley is aggressive, boastful and cocky, with a volatile temper and a tendency to provoke conflict with the weak, as he does with Lennie. Part of Curley's bravado stems from anxiety over his new wife, who everyone widely suspects of being "a tramp." He spends a great deal of time monitoring her, believing her to be off with other men when she is not under his supervision.Lennie does not know what to think of Curley's aggressiveness. George knows exactly what kind go guy Curley is. He tells Lennie to stay clear of him.