Conflicts / Allienation Of Mice and Men
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Man vs. Man: When Curley attacks Lennie and causes Lennie’s nose to bleed George tells Lennie it is ok to fight back. This leads to Curley’s hand being crushed
Man vs. Self: George struggles with himself when he has to make the decision to kill Lennie.
Man vs. Society: The Stable Buck is isolated from the men because he is black. This shows the prejudice of the time period and his conflict with society which untimely causes his forced isolation.
Curleys wife is the only woman on the farm so she doesnt really fit in with all the men so she takes power over them.
" Listen Nigger, " she said " You know what I could do to you if you open your trap? " .... " Yes ma'am." Crooks awnsered as he pressed himself against the wall. ( p. 91 )
Candy is an old man that is excluded from the group. He never stays with the group and is partly in the bunk house, alone.
" Candy stood in the doorway scratching his bald wrist and looking blindly in the other room. He made no attempt to enter. " ( p. 84 )
Crooks lives alone in his seperate Bunk house. Since he is black, the other men won't talk to him.
" Why ain't you wanted? " Lennie asked " Cause i'm black. They play cards in there , but I can't play because i'm black. They say I stink. Well, I tell you, you all stink to me. "
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