Of Mice and Men

what is the significance of the ranch men in the novel?

significance of crooks, slim, candy, curley and the others

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All of these guys are lonely. They cover their pain in different ways. Curley is violent, Candy is withdrawn, Crooks is isolated. They serve as part of the background of loneliness that haunts this novel. The reader understands that at least George and Lennie have each other.