Crooks

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    • Discrimination
      • Segregration
        • Page 98- 'had his bunk in the harness room'
      • He was treated badly by the other ranch workers such as Curley's Wife
        • Page 113- ' You keep your place then, Nigger...' the capital N shows its a name for him.
      • Page 114- 'Crooks had retired into the terrible dignity of the Negro'
        • He was aware that black people were not significant in society
          • He was treated badly by the other ranch workers such as Curley's Wife
            • Page 113- ' You keep your place then, Nigger...' the capital N shows its a name for him.
      • Page 110- 'Weak ones'
      • Lowest in the Heirachy
    • Survival
      • Page 114- 'Crooks had reduced himself to nothing'
      • Crooks grew smaller and smaller as he pressed himself against the wall'
      • American Dream- He wants to be able to provide for himself without being fueled by a white man.
    • Lonliness
      • Page 99- 'He kept his distance and demanded that others kept theirs'
      • Page 100- 'I ain't wanted in the bunk house and you ain't wanted in my room'
      • Treats Lennie as he is treated due to him reflecting his iner emotions on Lennie.
        • He may do this as it helps him find himself.

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