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  • sympathy for crook's
    • the writer wants the reader to feel sorry for crook's because no one wants to be with him
    • he is always referred to as a ****** or the stable buck, (no one calls him by his real name)
      • this makes the reader feel for crook's because he is never respected and made to feel unimportant
    • in chapter 2, the old man say's that crook's will be punished for George and Lennie being late
      • quote " An' he give the stable buck hell"
        • this shows that every time someone does something wrong Crooks is just there to be blamed which makes the reader feel sorry for crooks


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