Of Mice and Men

What is Crook's initial response to Candy's account of the dream farm and what evidence is there that his attitude changes?

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At first, Crooks doesn't believe in the dream, but as the conversation goes on, and he realizes that Candy is already willing to put up part of the money, he warms to the idea. When Crooks realizes that the dream could become a reality, he offers to pool his own money and services with the others.


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