We meet the boss of the ranch in chapter 2. He is indirectly characterized by Candy and the narrator. How?
He is inderectly charecterized by the narrator because the narrator doesnt say that he says a lot of words but that him just saying what he has to, then moves on.
They describe him but htey do not expand on him.
The boss’s description is very descriptive.
curlygrace13- ya i think tahat sounds about right. what do you think about the ranchers son?
fraglerock – Sweet answer!
curlygrace13 – Why do you think Steinbeck leaves him as a mystery at this point?
epszczolkowski – You have the best avatar in the world!
They talk about how he’s a good man and likeable, but the boss at this point isn’t too significantly mentioned, so like most people said, they kind of just moved on from him.
They talk about how he is sort of intimidating based on ho he dresses like in the big fancy boots and the fancy outfits and stuff so he is sort of intimidating but you shouldn’t really fear him too much
The boss is indirectly characterized by the narrator not talking too much about him. The narrator just says what he needs to say.
The boss is characterized by the narrarater by he says that the boss doesn’t talk much he just says what has to be said and moves on.
the narator said that the boss never says much
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