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Loneliness- Crooks lives in a barn like an animal. He is segregated from the other men. He isn't allowed to do things like the other men, He has no one to talk to because the closest black family is miles away. He has no friends and no one is there for him.
Friendship- Lennie and George are great friends. They stick together and they travel together everywhere. George looks after Lennie, and they have each other's back. They've been by each other for a long time, they are practically inoperable.
Broken Dreams- Just about every character in this book has had their dreams broken, some more so than others. Curly's wife wanted to be an actress, and George and lennie wanted to live off the fat of the land. All these dreams never came true.
The American Dream- To live off your own land, with no worries and a full belly. The characters dream of having their own land with their own animals and plants. They dream of not having to work no where near as hard. They dream of enjoying the little things.
Inequality- Everyone was a human being in the story, but not everyone was treated like one. Crooks was left to sleep like a dog in a barn, Curly's wife was labeled as a whore, Candy labeled as a cripple, and Lennie as a retard. No one was treated equally.
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