Tone In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Of Mice and Men In many novels the authors tone is defined as what they feel about the subject. This in turn influences the reader's understanding of the novel. This is what Steinbeck's novel Of Mice and Men has done. He has used curley's wife to express loneliness, desperation and vulnerability. Curley's husband was controlling when it came to talking to other men. He made her stay in the house all day. Unwilling to comply, she would sneak out to talk to the workmen. The men on the farm however, percived curleys wife as a “tramp”, beacuase of the sexual image she brought upon herself. Making them stop approching and conversing with her. she felt alone, seeing that she had no friends, no future,
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