Loneliest Character In 'Of Mice And Men'

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The loneliest character in the novella is crooks.He doesn't interact with others because he is not allowed to go to the white man cabin since he has another skin color.He lives in the harness room and no white man are allowed in.For fun he like to read and he nevers goes out.He is a very nice fella.He may be the only one in this novella that reads.He doesn't have bad ideas and he just want some friends.
Quote:You got no right to came in my room.pg#68
Quote:”Cause in black.They play cards in there,but i can play because i'm black.pg#68
Quote:’’Come on in set a while.’Crooks said.pg#69

“Body paragraph 1”
The loneliest character in the novella is crook.Crook has been working there for a long time and no one know who he is .Crook like to read in his free time and lives in the harness room.When
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“Body paragraph 3”
Crooks is the loneliest in the novela since he doesn't have friends or hangs out .In the book they describe him as a man who wants to have same friends but is afreade to make any.When lennie get in side the room crooks he is all mean but he just wants a person to interact.Crook is a nice guy but acts all rude to ather pepole.At the end crook made a friend but he will be stuke duing his job at the ranch.because gerorg killd lennie.

“Conclusion”
In conclusion the loneliest person in the novella is crook since hi has work at the ranch for so many years and doesn't even know everyone who works there.Many of the workers have family or know people but he doesn't and that what makes a lonely

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