My claim is about sexism in the book andin our society
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I assume your hook is at the beginning. I'd go to the obvious character of Curley's wife. Consider something like,
In Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, the character of Curley's wife wanders the ranch desperate for a smile or even a look of acknowledgement that she even exists. She is a ghost in a world of men, the property of one man.