Each and every character in this novel exhibits loneliness.

Dickinson not only loves her loneliness but also feels as though she cannot live without it....

His loneliness was a major contributor to his tragic downfall.

The quest of George and Lennie, two migrant workers, is an example of the dilemma of thousands of homeless and unemployed men in America during the Great Depression era (Ito 39)....

The novel by John Steinbeck, Of Mice and Men, is set in the times of the Great Depression.

Loneliness haunts Crooks deep inside.

In “The Chrysanthemums,” John Steinbeck reveals the theme of loneliness and alienation of a woman from her husband through his symbolic use of a realistic setting, character, tinker, chrysanthemums, and conversations....

There is a hairline that all strands have in common and shape this braid: loneliness....

This oppression of women did not prevent them from fighting for, and obtaining, equal rights. It seems that women followed the laws created by men as long as they didn't conflict with what women believed....

One of the major themes that comes from this is loneliness, or fear of apartness.


But loneliness can happen anytime, anywhere.

Through his story "The Loneliness of the Long-Distance R unner" and the other stories contained within the book, Sillitoe effectively criticises the legal system of England, which deprives individualism from its people, is ineffective and interferes with people's lives.

Excessive isolation can cause loneliness in anyone's life.

As these authors present their characters desires to live a separate life from their recent one, Prufrock and the narrator (Yeats) take a different approach to expressing their ideas of loneliness.

This eventually becomes an issue of coping, which drives loneliness.

Both men lead lives of isolation, loneliness, and lost chances, and both die knowing that they have let their lives slip through their fingers, as sand slips through the neck of an hourglass.

Robinson uses three methods to show Eben Flood's loneliness....

Solitude, longing, woe, and lament are the usual results of lovesickness, or grieving, and are forms of dealing with a loss of a relationship either physically, mentally, or both.

The silence scream involves loneliness, drugs and pain.

Early in the novella George said, life working as ranch hands is on the loneliness lives to live, for these people finding friendship seems to be impossible.

Crooks expressed feelings of loneliness through out Of Mice and Men.

Along with that, vital quotes will also be included if they play a part with the character’s background and their own ‘American Dream’ The great depression was a worrying problem during the timing of Mice and Men....

The three things are loneliness, love, and desire to achieve.

The characters in ‘Of Mice and Men’ face many dilemmas, for instance Curley’s wife doesn’t get much attention from her husband and seeks it out from the other ranch members and Crooks can’t live a day without being singled out because of his race/colour....