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Asked by gulyrulz | Jul 9, 2008 | GCSE Level > English > Coursework
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gulyrulz asks:

how does john steinbeck create sympathy for crooks in the novel 'of mice and men'

etutor answers:

One reason is his daibility and the other is that he is black and therrefor discirminated against (at that time). He has no prospects and he is lonely.

For more detail go to:

http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/micemen/canalysis.html

www.banovallum.org/cms/uploads/File/English/Drama/Of%20Mice%20and%20Men%

http://www.newi.ac.uk/englishresources/workunits/ks4/fiction/ofmicemen/smallheath/charnote.html#crooks

 

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