Mother Teresa said, " Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted.
" In other words, Mother Teresa means.
loneliness is the worst thing that can happen to someone. Being lonely.
and having the feeling of being unwanted means being not loved. In the.
novel, Of Mice And Men by John Steinbeck, one of its main themes is.
loneliness. The character's, Curley's wife and Crooks, symbolize loneliness.
and the feeling of being unloved.
There are many reasons to show that the character, Curley's wife,.
symbolizes loneliness and the feeling of being unloved. One reason is that.
Curley's wife is the only woman on the ranch, so she has no one to talk to.
or gossip to. Though she does try to talk to some of the workers to not feel.
lonely but, they are scared of what Curley would do to them. The main.
reason she feels so unhappy, not loved, and alone is because of her.
husband Curley. Curley forces his wife to feel alone because he forbids.
her out of the house. Also, he visits brothels and this makes her feel.
inadequate. Another reason Curley's wife feels not loved is because her.
dreams failed in her career to act, so she married Curley. She feels.
trapped on the ranch with no one to speak to apart from Curley who is.
not much comfort. This makes Curley's wife feel isolated.
There are many reasons to show that the character Crooks.
symbolizes loneliness and the feeling of being unloved. Crooks is the most.
lonely character in the whole book. Crooks has no one to speak to, be.
with, and to keep him from going mad. Another reason he is lonely is in.
chapter four, Crooks gets the chance to be horrible to someone else. He.
turns on Lennie and starts to be really nasty to him suggesting George.
won't come back. All those years Crooks had been alone have made.
him feel that he is always picked on and now he has the chance to pick.
on someone else. All the time that he has spent by himself has convinced.
him that he is worth nothing and nobody cares about him.