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'Of Mice And Men' by John Stienbeck - Diary entry for Crooks late on Saturday night.

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Sunday 1st November 2003 Waverley school English and Media Directions. Key stage 4 GCSE English Literature. 'Of Mice And Men' by John Stienbeck. Diary entry for Crooks late on Saturday night. Another Saturday night, and I was struck here alone in my room, feeling lonely, in pain from my back and for nothing for company except my books. It was still sunlight when I heard the other men leaving. I always hope one day they would come to ask me if I would like to accompany them when they go out to town. I also have some money to spend for enjoyment I haven't only spent it on hopeless books. ...read more.

Middle

Only I do. My books sat there in my apple box with the dust mites surrounding it like it was protecting them from something. I have got so many books, which I've bought for company but never got anything from them. Just lousy stories never a friend. I heard some think again and the sound got nearer I thought that slim might be back but as I turned towards the door to my amazement it was Lennie. He was extremely tall and very well built. I felt panicky and nervous to whom is he to just walk in like that to a 'black mans room' I didn't no what To expect but the way which he approached me in he said that he had ...read more.

Conclusion

When Lennie felt upset, heart and angry I was happy extremely happy to make someone else upset and heart other then me. As time went pass I found my self slowly opening up to him and I found my self-telling him about my childhood. I don't know why I was opening up to him but it made me feel delighted that I was opening up to someone. It felt like my shoulders getting lighter. Suddenly Candy came knocking on my door and asking Lennie what he was doing here. He felt embarrassed I could fell that. But I thought what the hell so I let him in. we got talking and I'd ...read more.

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