Crooks Dream In Of Mice And Men

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Dreams lead to great expectations in life. This helps you think ahead about your future and what you want to do before you die. In John Steinbeck's 1937 short book Of Mice and Men, many of the characters from the book have hopes and dreams to be recognized as a human being, someone of worth and value, sense of value. They have things to look forward to in their futures and overcome many challenges in their lives.
Crooks is another character in Of Mice and Men who have hopes, dreams, and plans. He dreams of being seen as equal to everyone else since he is the only black man on the ranch. He wants to live a common and regular life and have the rights most people have since he lives alone. Crooks is described to be a "proud and uninterested man" who likes to keep things organized and neat, as said in Chapter 5. He also had a close relationship with Lennie ashe had felt "superior" to him, and then learned that "once he is no longer useful he will be thrown out. …show more content…

She dreams of going to school and having a job not just sitting on the ranch with people who avoid her. Curley’s wife is described as a tart because she wants attention so, she uses her body to gain acceptance by every guy at the ranch. In chapter 2 pg 31 quotes,” both men glance up, for the rectangle of sunshine in the doorway was cut off. A girl was stading there looking in… Im looking for curley she said.” She doesn't want to be left alone anymore because she feels like she is always being ignored(which she is) she feels almost as a slave I guess you could say. Curley’s wife doesn’t really have an identity, her name is

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