Analysis Of ' Of Mice And Men ' Essays

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In the novel “ Of Mice and Men” was taking place in the early 20th century of the American society. It was the time period that many people were alienated and found without power, means, or any opportunity making any change or any difference. Certain people throughout the story don’t have a “ voice” in what occur in their own lives. Like the stable man Crooks, and Curley’s wife was all examples of the people that doesn’t have a voice in the live.

Crooks was the stable man live in the barn on the ranch, he was a character in the story who doesn 't have a voice in life only because of his color. Due to racism, Crooks was lonely because nobody talks or spends any time with him because he is black, which makes Crooks feel miserable since he has nobody to talk to. Furthermore, to make sure nobody spends any time with Crooks, the boss of the farm put him in his own shack, isolated from everybody, alone. From this isolation Crooks doesn 't have any opportunity to say anything or do anything because he 's always separated by others and no one will even pay any attention to him due to his color. “ You got no right to come in my room. This here 's my room. Nobody got any right in here but me” (pg 68) from this quote spoken by Crooks to Lennie it has reveal to us that Crooks is frustrated by the fact racism has made him suffer a lot of stress and loneliness, and this also have shown us that he is now isolated himself to the world and have wanted to be left alone in the darkness.…

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