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Isolation in Of Mice and Men

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Of Mice and Men Creative Assignment #11

The theme of isolation was very important in the novel. I think that Crooks, Curley's Wife and Candy illustrated this theme a lot.

I think that Crooks experienced the most loneliness in the novel mainly because he was black. He illustrates his loneliness by being very defensive of his small shed next to the barn because it was all he had and he was not allowed to go anywhere else.

Curley's wife was also very lonely because she was the only female at the ranch. She illustrated her loneliness by expressing it a lot in the novel, like when she said "I never get to talk to ...

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