Of Mice and Men

What view of life

What view of life does Steinbeck present and develop in the ranch?

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In "Of Mice and Men," Steinbeck presents the life of migrant workers during the Great Depression. Steinbeck's development of his characters focuses on the loneliness and isolation of the men who moved from place to place without the roots of home and family.