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Of Mice and Men: Anyone Lonely Out There?

Summary: John Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men'. The major theme in the novel: Loneliness.
In the book Of Mice and Men, the author John Steinbeck, attempts to convey the idea of loneliness and the importance of relationships to the reader. Steinbeck develops these themes through the characters, Crooks, Candy and Curley's wife. During the time period of this novel (The Great Depression) migrant workers are ideal types of people to portray as being lonely, especially because their constant travel leaves them without someone to talk to or share things with. Steinbeck also shows how important it is for every human being to have a companion. Companionship is necessary in order for someone to live an enjoyable life. Although loneliness affects each one of the characters in Of Mice and Men differently, they all similar experiences in negative feelings from many of those who surround these three characters within the novel

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