The ranch portrays a harsh, callous society with no place for the weak. Discuss.
'Of Mice and Men', Steinbeck portrays a world dominated by powerful white able-bodied males. It is the views and opinions of this social type that permeate ranch society and those who come from outside these boundaries are ostracized and persecuted. Thus we have a world where Steinbeck describes the plight of women, black people, disabled people and those with mental disabilities showing the persecution and suffering they have to endure.
In 1930's American people had no work. Migrant workers moved from place to place to find work, without any proper relationship with others. They looked a…
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