What Is The Loneliness In Of Mice And Men

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The Loneliness of Ranch Workers In Of Mice and Men, the world of the great depression and the loneliness is introduced. The author writes about the loneliness and the small friendships that the men have on the farm it comes the work they are doing, and the experiences they have over the years. John Steinbeck shows how the men interact with each other and what different opinions they have. Every men on the farm has a lonely side, but why are they so lonely. Lennie and George the main roles Of Mice and Men, the two friends who search for work in the time of the Great Depression. Lennie wants a friend that he can tell something about himself and have a healthy relationship. George his “friend” looks after him and tells him what happens in the real world and how it works, but Lennie does not understand that sometimes and gets himself in trouble. Lennie annoys George many times in the story so George goes off on him sometimes and Lennie would tell George that he can leave. Here is a example of that “ If you don' want me I can g off in the hills an' find a cave. I can go away any time." "No—look! I was jus' foolin', Lennie. 'Cause I want you to stay with me." (Steinbeck 12-13). George tries to explain to Lennie that he needs him and…show more content…
He might seem lonely living on his own, but he does not have to share a room with somebody else or has to share anything with anybody because he lives on his own. Still he is lonely seen here “A guy needs somebody—to be near him.” He whined, “A guy goes nuts if he ain’t got nobody. Don’t make no difference who the guy is, long’s he’s with you. I tell ya,” he cried, “I tell ya a guy gets too lonely an’ he gets sick.”(Steinbeck 72). This describes the loneliness of Crooks in the story. He later joins Lennie and George of the their dream with owning a
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