Of Mice and Men Essay | Of Mice and Men: A Story of Lonliness

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Of Mice and Men: A Story of Lonliness

Summary: The theme of lonliness in the novel "Of Mice and Men" portrays isolation and how man's natural senses and emotions come to light in the absence of societal judgement. While this presents an opportunity of freedom, it can also be alarming to know how some people feel when deep thoughts and emotions go unbridled.
Robinson 1

Phillip Robinson

Mrs. Wray

English 11 AP

7 September 2003

Loneliness

Of Mice and Men is a novel in which the themes of loneliness and isolation bring forth an unrefined and completely natural sense in men, which cause their innermost and deepest feelings to come forth freely. On the ranch, the men unconsciously show how they truly feel without worry of the society around them, due to the fact that all the men feel this way. There are several incidences in which it is obvious that feeling which would never be displayed, are shown freely and is almost frightening how some of the men actually feel.

While Lennie and George travel from ranch to ranch looking for work, there lays a certain characteristic about these two men that is not present in others. These two men have companionship, a trait extremely uncommon to the...

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