Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men

Chapter 3

What is George's philosophy about women?

How does it explain the attitude Steinbeck depicts toward Curley's wife?

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George thught women were nothing but trouble. George felt going to a "cat house" or brothel once a month was better than the trouble that women bring to a man's life. Curley's wife personifies George's fears. She uses her looks and sexuality to attract men's attention.