Of Mice and Men

How does silence play a part in chapter 3? (Of MIce and Men)

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Silence is the men's deference to Candy's loss. No one knows what to say to him, and he lays on his bunk facing the wall. Thus, the men for good or bad display an awkward silence, as they are none of them close enough to comfort the other.


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