The Theme Of Loneliness In Of Mice And Men By John Steinbeck

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How would you feel if you had to be alone all the time and couldn't speak to people because of your skin color? John Steinbeck describes a world where the American Dream is almost impossible. Steinbeck paints a dark portrait of America in 1930s. Steinbeck reveals challenges about the depression.Of Mice Of Men , by John Steinbeck, tells a story about how hard it is for an African American. The setting of the novella is a ranch. The Great Depression was a time in history when people were going through tough times. “Of Mice and Men” leaves the reader feeling surprised and sad. Crooks is the loneliest because he is isolated and the color of his skin puts him in a position where he has no control of anything.. Crooks is the loneliest because