These men were forced to wander from ranch to ranch seeking temporary employment, to live in bunk houses with strangers, and to suffer the abuses of arbitrary bosses. Lennie kills out of cuddling, or blind panic.
Spoken by a negro stable buck named Crooks on the subject of dreams. The concept of alienation from nature owes much to the writings of Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels and other communist thinkers. Continued on next page Many companies went bankrupt. She combats her loneliness by flirting with the ranch hands.
Because Lennie thinks in concrete terms of his own pleasure, he equates the tending of rabbits - whose soft fur he wishes to pet - with the attainment of utter happiness. Puting is used to set up the clip.
Despite his inherent dignity, Crooks shrinks into himself, essentially becoming invisible under her assault. The story happened in Salinas Valley, California during the centurt depressions.
Unlike other men these Lenny and George have something- companionship and a dream.