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Loneliness A guy needs somebody--to be near him A guy goes nuts if he aint got nobody Dont make no difference who the guy is longs hes with you I tell ya I tell ya a guy gets too lonely an he gets sick Steinbeck 72-3 Being alone is one of the worst things I can possible think of One of the themes in the book Of Mice and Men exemplifies this as the quote describes Crooks and the black stable buck say this quote He describes to Lennie the pain he goes through to live his life without anyone to talk to and to just be with The other workers on the farm would not socialize with Crooks besides the horseshoes game the men would play in the evening Otherwise Crooks would occupy his time alone reading books This does not make Crooks happy his books did not fulfill his needs socially He needed another person to talk to or just be with It didnt even matter whom just a person Lennie just happened to have been there for Crooks at that moment Everyday people do not give enough consideration to those who live their lives without someone Humans are social beings that need some kind of connection with others to function properly Without a social bond a depressed state can overwhelmingly down a person People also need the opportunity to brag to others a little Curlys wife in the same novel states the following Well I aint told this to nobody before Maybe I oughtn to I dont like Curly He aint a nice fella Coulda been in the movies an had nice clothesall them nice clothes they wear Steinbeck 89 She feels the need to tell others how great she could have been and the hopes and dreams she may someday have She shows her feelings of hope in life This can relate to everyday students College guys love to tell
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