Of Mice and Men Essay | Alone in a Crowd.

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Alone in a Crowd.

Summary: All in all, loneliness is a major theme in the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. Every character has different reasons for there feelings of loneliness, but they all share a common desire of having a friend or companion.
colleen jolly

In the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, the theme of loneliness is established. Each character has different emotions all with a central feeling of being lonely, which is displayed openly or as an underlying factor. The way that these characters deal with there loneliness is very different, but very similar due to the fact that they want someone to share there experiences with.

To begin with, Curley and his wife are two characters who display there loneliness in complete opposite ways. Curley's wife wanders around the farm looking for someone to talk to. She openly admits that she is lonely and would like to talk to someone. However, Curley exhibits his feeling of loneliness by his aggression and his constant anger towards everyone who works for him. "Curley burst into the room excitedly. `Any you guys seen my wife"' he...

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