Of Mice and Men

What ideas do we see about discrimination based on class in Of Mice and Men?

By John Steinbeck


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There isn't to much here on class. All the men on the ranch are pretty much itinerant workers. Curley and his father enjoy a sense of power over the other men in that Curley's father owns the ranch.