Of Mice and Men Essay | Lonliness in Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

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Lonliness in Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

Summary: the struggles of various chaacters and how they deal with their lonliness in of mice and men.
Of Mice and Men is a touching novel. There are many events where the reader feels sorry for one of the characters. When people hear the word "lonely" most likely the first thoughts that go through their heads is depression, low self esteem, and generally not happy with their lives. Nobody wants to be lonely and excluded. Loneliness plays an immense factor in the novel Of Mice and Men. Many characters on the ranch don't have any true friendships and often experience loneliness all. Back in this time period of the Great Depression families were split up trying to find jobs and make money however they could. People would travel wherever their was work so that they could survive. By reading this novel the reader can understand how much pain some of the characters go through because they don't have a...

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