Anne Frank Loneliness

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The loneliness of Anne Frank during the holocaust era has affected her from isolation and loneliness throughout her childhood. Anne Frank’s life affected the whole world and changed everyone’s view of how life was like during one of the world 's worst time in human era. Anne Frank exemplified a major theme in one of John steinbeck 's novel, “Of Mice and Men”, which shows the character 's weakness but also shows their greatest achievements during America’s worst economic disasters. This book shows readers that Candy, Crooks, Curley, George and Lennie all have dreams but also show isolation from themselves and each other.
There is one character who shows this theme, Candy. Candy loss his dog due to old age and his dog was his only campaign and the only real happiness and family he had and without him he 's nothing. Candy said to George, “You seen what they done to my dog tonight? They says he wasn 't no good to himself nor nobody else. When they can me here I wisht somebody’d shoot me. But they won’t do nothing like that. I won 't have no place to go, an’ I can 't get
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The dream of hope and determination and friendship having one enable oneself to go outside their box with a strive on importance is a major theme in this novel, “Of Mice and Men”. Three examples of show that this idea is Candy and his loss of his dog that resembled him and his preseanatly and his strength. The next example is Crooks and how he is different because of his color and not treated equally but still has a brave heart of his past on the chicken ranch. The third example is that Curlys wife being lonely and how she gave up being a star in hollywood, but instead never getting a call so she married Curley and she 's been lonely ever since. But even more importantly, Steinbeck has written a novel about humanity 's worst times and even so just like Anne Frank went through these hard times did it upset nor neither depressed the characters and shows how hard these times were
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