Most of the characters are very lonely because they have no family. Yet what most fail to see is that Of Mice and Men portrays both aspects of human life through the mutual friendship of two uncommonly men, George and Lennie, the dream they both share, and the sudden calamity that befall them Her coyness is obvious when she.
Even though these two seem to have each other, they are both lonesome in a way. He has become bitter and has obtained a passionate animosity toward everyone. Any subject. Steinbeck had abandoned the romantic view of mankind s occupying a special place in nature or that man is guided towards special ends.
The different types described are Isolation which means that you are kept separate from others because you have an illness just like being in quarantine. Throughout the story Of Mice and Men we discover the many sources of the characters solitude stemming from singular prejudices.
This is another attempt for the attention she believes she does not get. It seemed as if her only goal in her daily life was to roam around looking for someone to give her attention, for that was all she was ever shown doing.
However, George and Lennie are the contradiction to this.
The Great Depression was a time where the stock market crashed leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless or striving exceptionally hard to keep their roof from falling in. Other characters on the ranch show signs of loneliness also Loneliness is an inevitable fact of life and cannot be avoided, as shown prevalent through each of the characters in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men.