Guilt And Innocence, among other things, deals with loneliness and companionship. Some of the concepts that we will face in this chapter are listed below. But how do these themes get across?
What is the relationship between these motifs and the characters? These are some of the questions I'll address in my analysis, along with some quotes that support the chosen themes.
Loneliness And Companionship
Guilt And Innocence
Despite the fact that the story's characters are lonely, we can see that they require friendship or someone to talk to. Here's a quote that shows George's desire to speak with someone:
"He wanted to talk [to Slim]" George's urge to speak reveals his need for human interaction and companionship, which Steinbeck portrays as a key part of the American Dream.