Of Mice and Men

What is Crook’s attitude towards Lennie, George and Candy’s dream? How does it change as the narrative progresses? Support your answer with quotes.

Section 4: ‘Of Mice and Men’

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Crooks tells Lennie that his dreams of owning a farm with rabbits is unlikely to amount to anything tangible.

Candy comes by looking for Lennie and Crooks is secretly pleased that after so many years of solitude he is finally part of a sort of social gathering. They continue to discuss their plan to buy a farm and Crooks begins to warm to the scheme, even offering his own money and services if they'll take him on as well.