A theme is an underlying message in a story. A novel's themes are often revealed by what the characters say and think and by what happens in the story. Give two specific examples from the novel that support each one.
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I don't agree with this statement, but if we look at the text in context, we'd have to see Crooks as inevitably lonely because of his race, Candy's loneliness as an inevitable result of his age and uselessness, and Lennie's inevitable ostracism and loneliness which has been thrust upon him by his disability.