Of Mice and Men

Show how Candy's comments to Crooks and Lennie relate the dream of the land to Steinbeck's theme of economic exploration.


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Steinbeck preached the merits of community over the individual. Candy's dream of a home to share with others and a place to belong, underscores what being valued means to the human psyche. Sharing his money with George and Lennie is more than a financial investment: it means a chance at quenching his loneliness.