Crooks Loneliest

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Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, published in 1937, describes a world where the American Dream is simple, yet hard to achieve. The story took place during the Great Depression, in California, with two main characters George and Lennie. Trying to make money to live off the phat of the land. But there is one main theme in the novella that stands out, loneliest, but it will be hard to determine which character is the loneliest, because quite frequently every character is lonely. Crooks a colored man living in a time of racistism, and on a farm with a lot of white colored men and woman, with a few willing to talk to to him. Crooks is the loneliest character in the novella because he is decremented, crippled, and alone.

Crooks is alone.

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