The Importance Of Companionship In Of Mice And Men

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Living life on the ranch, under California’s blazing sun, they were all expected to be together and having fun. Instead of enjoying their life times like all their dreams were planned out to be, the miserable characters spent their limited days drowning in loneliness and isolation. As if no one ever gave a hoot about them, days and nights keep on going and going, without a single drop of friendship. It has been going like this for years now and how will this put to stop? The dejected characters in the book, Of Mice and Men, written by John Steinbeck in the 1930s, are used to help reinforce the importance of companionship throughout their sorrowful days.
Even if someone tries so hard to get fame and attention, they may never reach their goal
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