Of Mice and Men Essay

Of Mice and Men Essay - Of Mice and Men essay Loneliness is...

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Of Mice and Men essay Loneliness is a condition of human life as well as in John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, which shows this concept, well. The book has an array of people, including Candy, Curley’s wife, Lennie and Crooks, all of whom are lonely but for different reasons. They all have the ability to resolve their seclusion but few of them do. In the book there is a character that has been working at the ranch for years. Candy is probably the oldest character in the book and lost his hand in an accident four years prior to when the story takes place. Candy was and optimistic person until a few chapters in the book his dog, friend and companion gets killed. After this tragic incident he plunges into a dismal stage. But when Candy over hears George and Lennie talking about there dream house he perks up and forces himself to ask if he could join them. At first George refuses but when Candy pleads and offers his life saving to their cause George gives in. Candy is now back to his regular self but still regrets
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