Of Mice and Men

Of Mice and Men

How does Steinbeck display discrimination??

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Crooks doesn't live in the bunkhouse with everyone else, he lives in a room all alone in the stable.


Of Mice and Men

THis is through the character of Crooks the black stable man.

Crooks is alone because of his black skin.Everybody is alone on this ranch but Crooks is physically serrated by his race. He must live with the horses in a hovel beside the stable.

sorry, my response should read "separated by his race" not "serrated by his race."

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