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Friendship needs no words it is a loneliness relieved of the anguish of loneliness - Dag Hammarskjold Without friends people begin to suffer loneliness and solitude In Of Mice and Men the characters of Crooks and Curleys wife suffer loneliness stemmed from some form of rejection Both of them are desperate to find an escape from their loneliness or some easy way to cope with their seclusion from the rest of the society Crooks is a black man that experiences isolation because the society that he lives in is racist A guy goes nuts if he aint got nobody I tell ya a guy gets too lonely an he gets sick qtd in Of Mice and Men Crooks loneliness is a result of rejection from everyone else on the ranch He is forced to live alone in a barn let to work with the horses Crooks spends most of his time reading The only relationship he can find is with his books When Lennie enters his room Crooks is interested in Lennies relationship with George Well spose jus spose he dont come back qtd in Of Mice and Men Crooks wants to make people understand and maybe even have sympathy for his situation Curleys wife is married to a man that gives her little attention and none of his time Curleys wife dresses and acts like a tart to gain attention on the ranch in order to soothe her loneliness Because she is the only woman on the ranch her flirting causes the men on the ranch to want to avoid her Whas the matter with me Aint I got the right to talk to nobody qtd in Of Mice and Men The men dont want any trouble from her husband Curleys wife struggles to find someone in her society to consult with She finally seeks out someone who doesnt know any better than to talk to her Once she found that person Lennie
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