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Crooks- Of Mice and Men.
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Crooks is a Negro stable buck. He lives alone and he is often discriminated because he is black and because he is a cripple. He lives in the harness room and his house is well swept with the occasional books and magazines on the floor. On page 99 it says that he keeps his distance from people and that he demands that other people keep theirs. From this we can determine that he is a very secluded man and he likes his privacy, however we also learn later on that he is very lonely.
Lennie goes into Crook' house after going to see his puppy but it is made clear that he is not welcome. Crooks scowls at Lennie and tells him to get out of his room but Lennie is persistent and begins to ask Crooks questions. After a while Crooks says, "Come on in and sit a while." Lennie then becomes the first person to enter Crooks' house apart from the boss. They start talking for a while and Crooks begins to tell Lennie about how he was discriminated as a child, but Lennie is still thinking about the rabbits and eagerly tries to
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