Of mice and men, Character Analysis Essay
Being the only woman on a ranch is a very lonely life. In John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, although many people on the ranch are lonely, the author uses Curley's wife to portray special loneliness. Curley's wife's values of wanting companionship, wanting to be approved by others, and wanting to be loved show that she suffers from terrible loneliness and she wants some one who will talk to her and care about her.
First, Curley's wife wants companionship. Curley's wife said, "Think I don't like to talk to somebody ever' once in awhile."(77) She is very lonely because she has no one to tal…
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