Loneliness In John Steinbeck's 'Of Mice And Men'

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Reflection Journal #3 Loneliness is a common issue experienced in the ranch. Curley's wife undergoes loneliness, because she is the only female in the ranch. Crooks seems to be the only colored worker at the ranch, isolating him away from all the other workers. Candy seems to have a companion (his dog) till one day realizes that maybe letting his dog die in peace would be best rather than him suffer any day more. Therefore George and lennie's companionship leaves their coworkers astonished. For example, Candy had a close bond with his dog, which no one understood. No one raised, or even experienced the things candy experienced with him, Even though everyone saw him as an aging, toothless, smelly dog, Candy saw love and companionship. Candy
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