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Loneliness- Curley's wife is the only women on the ranch and no one, including her husband will talk to her. In the book, she attempts to get away from a bad situation but while trying, she ends up isolating herself by marrying Curley who has control issues.
Inequality- Crooks faces racial discrimination. Steinbeck uses this discrimination through Crooks not being able to live in the bunk house with the other workers.
Broken Plans- Lennie and George had a dream for the longest time. The dream can no longer be achieved because of George having to kill Lennie. George knew there was no way to save Lennie anymore after him killing Curley's wife. Neither of them would have been safe.
American Dream- Most characters, if not all, dream of having a different life. Lennie and George’s dream of owning a farm and living off the “fatta the lan” symbolizes an American dream.
Friendship- Lennie and George have a friendship like no other. It shows largely in the beginning of the book when the guys were talking about how successful the were going to be and how they were going to accomplish their biggest goal together as two.
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