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Loneliness in of Mice and Men

Summary: Discusses the theme of loneliness in the novel Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck. Describes major characters and explores how each suffers from loneliness.
Considering the theme of loneliness in `Of Mice and Men

John Steinbeck's 1937 novel `Of Mice and Men' tells the story of two white, American migrant workers George Milton and Lennie Small. The friendship between them is unlikely because the differences are so often.

George is a small, wise, intelligent man who is always looking for a better life. While Lennie is the opposite, he is huge man with a `bear like stature' but with the mind of a child, always forgetting and never being able to cope with George mentally.

However this Friendship seems to be the only in the novel as one of the main themes is loneliness.

One of the characters in which loneliness features heavily is Crooks. Crooks is physically because he is exiled from the others and has to spend his time in the bunkhouse with only the horses to...

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