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Of Mice & men consider theme of loneliness
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In novel of mice & man I am going to look at how loneliness affects many of the characters, and Steinbeck seems to show that it is a natural and inevitable result of the kind of life they are forced to lead. The itinerant workers are caught in a trap of loneliness - they never stay in one place long enough to form permanent relationships. The main characters that are affected by loneliness are Candy, Crooks & Curley's wife. The way loneliness affects is evident in how Steinbeck uses the dog as the metaphor for candy's fear for...
life.

The itinerant workers in the ranch are so lonely they haven't got a life partner, they never stay in one place long enough to form permanent relationships. They are always moving from one place to other. In the ranch they have to work very hard 12 hours a day. They are paid lot less then they should do. The owner of the ranch is always cruel to them. They haven't got their own houses. They all have a dream that they are not likely to achieve. For some of the itinerant workers life is like hell.

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