Companies, each day are loosing their trades secrets to cyber criminals, while individuals identity are compromised through identity theft.
However, the chapter emphasized that laws, policies, regulations and methods in dealing with the perpetrators of this criminal acts are insufficient and inadequate up till date....
Then he decides that he does not want to face rejection. I’d never wanna go to a place like that” Crooks, unlike the other men, reads books. While he is not a slave on the ranch, he definitely is not treated fairly.
His knowledge only adds to his anger and loneliness that he feels because he knows what it could be like, he knows that this is not right.
- Crooks Character Analysis In John Steinbeck’s novel Of Mice and Men, the character named Crooks was segregated from the other men because he is black. He was forced to sleep in a separate bunk than the others.
Trapped in solitude all night long; he resorts to books as his only companion.
Although he is talking to Lennie about George, he is actually speaking of his own life.
Crooks knows that Lennie is slow and will not understand or care to understand what he is actually talking about. After Lennie explains the dream that George and he have to Crooks, Crooks offers to work all of the dirty unwanted jobs that the others would rather not do.
Crooks is painfully aware that his skin color is all that keeps him separate from everyone else on the ranch.
This status of being an outsider who does not being causes him to grief in his loneliness, but he seems to enjoy and even provoke the loneliness of others, perhaps because misery loves company.