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Of Mice and Men - Loneliness

Summary: An analysis of three characters in John Steinbeck's novel Of Mice and Men who exhibit the novel's theme of loneliness. Candy, Curley's wife, and Crooks are the three loneliest persons in the novel.
LONELINESS

During the great Depression (1930s-1940s) in america, where nobody had enough to eat, a lot of migrant workers went to california, searching for a job. In this time it seemed that everybody is afraid of everybody. John Steinbecks novel, Of Mice And Men, deals with the issue of loneliness. The three most lonely persons in this novel are Candy, the oldest person on the farm. Crooks, the crippled negro and Cuerly`s wife, the only women in the book,who did not even get a name. These three characters are isolated on account of different persons or because of crippled parts of the body. The color of the skin, crippleness or jealous people can be the reason for loneliness.

Candy

Candy is a really equalized person, even though he is pretty old. His job on the farm is to feed the chickens...

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