In the beginning, it talks about Lennie and George's appearance. Lennie and George has to move again because Lennie had done a bad thing, but he didn't know what he did, and the girl screamed. But Lennie remembers the dream him and Georges has about getting a farm and he can tend the rabbits …show more content…
Curleys wife didn't even have a name because in the 1930 women didn't matter because all they did was stay inside and clean and cook. In the book Of Mice And Men she tries too talk too the men but no one will talk too her. She has no one too talk too because she is the only girl and curley's always doing other things so it's like she is always alone.When she tries too talk too the boys they say “ we don't need no trouble”. Curley's wife is an outcast because no one will talk too her , an she don't even have a name. So in the 1930 women were treated different then men. I feel Steinbeck was trying too say women mean something and showing how women were treated in the 1930s during the Great Depression.
Crooks is an outcast because he is black and he has a broken back. Crooks was kicked in the back by a horse. Crooks lives in the barn with no one with him because no one wants a black guy in the room with them that's what the book is saying. Crooks gets what everyone leaves behind. Lennie's walks into Crooks and crooks said “Get out i don't want you hear and you guys don't want me in the bunk so get out.” In the 1930s also black men and women were treated horribly compared too white people. Crooks is an outcast and he nevers gets too do much he sits and read all night.
So in the book Of Mice And Men it was showing how people were treated differently for their disabilities or their gender or their skin color. I feel like SteinBeck is saying don't treat people different for who they treated them like you want too be