of mice and men
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This is similar to your other question. Her identity striped, she wanders the ranch in search of company. Her conversation with Crooks reflect the fact that both are outsiders (Crooks is black) and they are both shunned for different reasons. Crook dreams of being treated with respect. He longs to be wanted. Really this is the same with Curley's wife. The only control he has left is to tell Curley's wife to leave. Curley's wife threatens to have him shot.