Summary Of John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men: Loneliness

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In the book of Mice And Men, all of the characters seemed to be lonely in some kind of way. Weather it was because they lived on the ranch, was the only black person on the ranch, was the only female on the ranch, or even if they only and a dog as a friend. But in the story, Steinbeck gives info about Crooks that proves that Crooks is the loneliest in the book. He was the loneliest because he was very isolated from everyone. Second, Crooks was the loneliest, because he wasn’t allowed in the other bunk. Finally, Crooks was the loneliest, because of the constant disrespect he got from all of the people on the ranch. These three facts that Steinbeck gives, proves that Crooks is the loneliest.
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