Loneliness In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Of Mice and Men and loneliness “Suppose you didn’t have nobody?”. Loneliness plays a big role in Of Mice and Men with a lot of the characters including Candy, Curley’s wife, and Crooks. These characters in the book are all lonely in different ways. Candy is lonely because he had a really old dog had to get shot because of its old age, and smell that bothered the other men in the bunk house. Curley’s wife is lonely because she has no one to talk to but Curley who orders her around constantly telling her what to do, she is the only women on the farm, and she is told to only stay in the house. Because Crooks is African American he is not treated equal to the other men on the farm, he cannot share the same bunk house as the other men, he
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