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Of Mice And Men: Power

Summary: Curley, Curley's father, and George are all connected because they have power over someone.
George, Curley, and Curley's dad are all connected because they have power over someone. They all have control over someone and they are not used to being pushed around.

In the book, the boss of the ranch is in control of everything. He has the choice of who works on the ranch and who does not. "'Hey, what's your stake in this guy"'" says the boss in a scene where George and Lennie have just arrived on the ranch. This quote shows that he can control who works for him and who doesn't. He can fire someone just because he doesn't like him.

Curley has a lot of power on the ranch because of his father's status on the ranch. Everyone is afraid of him because his father can fire then at any given time for any given reason. He can do whatever he...

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