Loneliness In 'Of Mice And Men'

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Karim Youssef
English 9B
Oct, 25,15
Ms. Christina Individual Four Paragraph Writing Essay The well know writer John Steinbeck published a famous book in 1937 by the name of “Of Mice And Men” .This book is a story about 2 male adults by the name of George and Lennie, Lennie however is child-like. George is devoted to Lennie because Lennie is immature and behaves like an 3 year old. John Steinbeck explains that George and Lennie move from place to place in search of a new job that would make their dream come true.The following essay will be about: who the loneliest characters in the book “Of Mice and Men”.

Curley’s wife is a victim of being lonely because she is the only girl in
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During the end of the book everyone with relationships became lonely like: George, Curley, and Candy.They all felt loneliness and tragedy throughout their life, therefore that's what makes them one of the loneliest characters. To sum it up the loneliest character in” Of Mice and Men” is Crook because he never had anyone to company him all his life, he is more lonely then George because he had Lennie part of his life, also more lonely then Curley’s wife because she had Curley, and lastly more lonely then Candy because he had his dog.

As you can why Crook, Curley’s wife, Candy, and George are victims for being one of the loneliest character in the book “ Of Mice and Men”. Despite the companionship, all the characters felt loneliness. Loneliness is a very important theme in 'Of Mice and Men'. Steinbeck illustrates that loneliness occurs due to many reasons and that every character in 'Of Mice and Men' is lonely in some form. Life without companionship can often damage a persons emotions the rest of his