Of Mice and Men Essay | Loneliness in "Of Mice and Men"

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Loneliness in "Of Mice and Men"

Summary: Loneliness is a key theme in "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck. Characters such as Curley's wife and Crooks find themselves lonely because of the way society views them.
Loneliness can be found in many of the characters who work at the ranch in the novel, Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck. The year is 1920s, and the Great Depression is in full effect. Because the money supply is short, many people are left to hop from ranch to ranch in order to make the small amount of money needed to survive. George is one of these people, and he acknowledges that because he works on a ranch, he will always be lonely. Curley's wife is the only woman on the ranch, and she is constantly remembering the time when she wasn't lonely. Crooks is a black worker who has grown up being lonely because of his race. These three people experience loneliness in their own way, but working on the ranch is the underlying reason for the way they feel.

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