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Essay | Discrimination in "Of Mice and Men"

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Discrimination in "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: Essay discusses the discrimination in "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck.
In John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, Discrimination in not just about the colour of a person's skin but gender and age. The main victims of this story are Crooks, a black stable buck; Curley's neglected wife; and Candy, an old crimpled swamper.

Crooks was discriminated against mostly on the Colour of his skin. He was separated from everyone else, still treated as a slave, and was not respected. When the rest of the men live in a bunk house and "play cards", he has to live out in the barn where there was nothing for him to do but read (68). Crooks thought that his room was his own private space but Curley's wife took that away from him when she said "you keep your place then, Nigger. I could get you strung up a tree so easy it ain't even funny" (81). The other...

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