Of Mice and Men

Of mice and men

why does crooks have a room on his own in the barn and does not sleep in the bunk house with the rest of the men?

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Crooks is the only black man on the ranch, and thus, is ostracized by the rest of the men as far as sharing quarters. This novella takes place in a time when racial segregation was the norm.