Crooks tells Lennie that his dreams of owning a farm with rabbits is unlikely to amount to anything tangible. Why does Crooks doubt George and Lennie and Candyâs goal of acquiring land? Crooks secretly enjoys getting attention from Lennie and Candy, even though he acts as if he is unhappy about their visit. Answered by Aslan on 11/19/2016 11:53 PM Curley's wife comes by. to own a ranch together. Crooks is the stable hand who takes care of the horses and lives by himself because he is the only black man on the ranch. Why did Curley fight with Lennie? Crooks is annoyed when Lennie comes to visit the puppy that is kept in the stable. 9. When did organ music become associated with baseball? How does Crooks truly feel about Lennie and Candyâs visit? What is Crooks initial reaction to the intrusion? Why does Crooks doubt George and Lennie and Candyâs goal of acquiring land? 5. Curleyâs wife characterizes Lennie, Candy, and Crooks as weak because they did not go drinking with the other men. He thinks that Lennieâs dream is ridiculous and childish. Candy comes in Crooksâ room to talk to Lennie about their dream. Crooks tells Lennie that his dreams of owning a farm with rabbits is unlikely to amount to anything tangible. Not affiliated with Harvard College. Crooks secretly enjoys getting attention from Lennie and Candy, However, when Candy persists and continues to describe this possible dream farm to Crooks, a glimmer of hope and possibility even spreads to Crooks, and soon after, he asks to join in their plan. Their conversation takes an unsettling turn as Crooks teases Lennie about his lack of self-reliance; he tauntingly asks Lennie what he would do if George were injured. I think their relationship is tense and there is misunderstanding between them. Why do you think he responds in this way? Last Reviewed on May 28, 2020, by eNotes Editorial. How does Curleyâs wife threaten Crooks? He is not used to â¦ Crooks cruelly tells Lennie that George might not come back from town. He doesn't like anyone bothering him. What do we learn about Crooksâs family life? 6. How does Crooks respond to Lennie when Lennie describes Georgeâs dream about the rabbits? Candy comes by looking for Lennie and Crooks is secretly pleased that after so many years of solitude he is finally part of a sort of social gathering. Why is Crooks so lonely? What does Curleyâs wife say she could have done instead of marrying Curley? Crooks has personally lost any dream he had due to poverty and reflects his negativity towards Lennie. Crooks is an outcast by both his race and his physical deformity of a crooked spine. Crooks secretly enjoys getting attention from Lennie and Candy, even though he acts as if he is unhappy about their visit. He was born â¦ 4. Crooks is lonely and he realizes Lennie has mental problems. 10. In Chapter 4, Lennie goes in to visit Crooks in his room, we are confronted with 4 of the "saddest" characters in the novel: Lennie can't care for himself or remember anything, Candy feels he's old and worthless, Curley's wife is seen as a flurt and dangerous woman leaving her with no one to talk to, and Crooks has a damaged spine and deals with segregation. Lennie tells Crooks "about the rabbits" and Crooks vents about his mistreatment as an African-American. He reacts this way because the other men don't like him in their space (because his is black) so he doesn't want any of them in his. 7. Crooks secretly enjoys getting attention from Lennie and Candy, even though he acts as if he is unhappy about their visit. Word Count: 1145. Asked by Sarah B #477940 on 11/19/2016 10:30 PM Last updated by Aslan on 11/19/2016 11:53 PM Answers 1 Add Yours. How does Crooks truly feel about Lennie and Candyâs visit? How does Crooks truly feel about Lennie and Candyâs visit? Like the many other migrants he has seen come and go, Crooks tells Candy that he has never seen one realize their dream for land. How does Crooks truly feel about Lennie and Candyâs visit? What is the final stage of an event in a wedding? How is the reader supposed to feel about her? 9. Sharing his money with George and Lennie is more than a financial investment: it means a chance at quenching his loneliness. For example the reader knows Curley isnât as lonely as others because he has his father, the Boss. Crooks seems very lonely, but is still quite guarded around his visitors. Then George reminds Lennie of the place by the river where he is to go in case of trouble. What is Lennie, George, and Candy's dream? Crooks is not only a realist about his position in society, but he is also prophetic about George and Lennie's dream. Shortly after, Curley's wife comes into the bunkhouse, claiming to look for Curley. Why does Lennie wander into Crook's room? 3. How does Crooks truly feel bout Lennie and Candy's visit? How does Crooks react when Lennie comes to the barn? 10. How does Crooks truly feel bout Lennie and Candy's visit? Who comes to visit Lennie, Candy, and Crooks? How long will the footprints on the moon last? She claims she is looking for Curley but she is just lonely. What do we learn about Crook's family life? 2. Crooks is secretly pleased by Candyâs appearance in his room. ... How does Crooks really feel bout Lennie and Candy's visit? It is obvious that Candy has spent some time thinking about what Lennie and George shared with him. What does Curleyâs wife say she could have done instead of marrying Curley? -Candy didn't go into town with the rest of the men because he was still sorry for his dog killed by Carlson, and planning the money to buy a house for Lennie and George's dreams that they told him. Candy's dream of a home to share with others and a place to belong, underscores what being valued means to the human psyche. However they do speak in chapter 4, when Lennie, Candy and Crooks speak about their dream. Crooks seems very lonely, but is still quite guarded around his visitors. Although he acts as if he is bothered by their visit, he seems to appreciate the company. Copyright Â© 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. Why do you think Crooks does this? even though he acts as if he is unhappy about their visit. 10. When Lennie broke Curley's hand in section 3 Of Mice and Men novel, the people were bringing Curley's left broken hand to Soledad for a doctor. What happened? One Saturday night, Lennie pays a visit to Crooks. Crooks teases Lennie about George leaving him. Crooks teases Lennie about George leaving him. Although he acts as if he is bothered by their visit, he seems to appreciate the company. http://www.gradesaver.com/of-mice-and-men/study-guide/summary-chapter-four. Chapter 4. Crooks is a Negro. Crooks recognizes that he is at the bottom rung of the social hierarchy of the ranch and lacks a voice. 9. Crooks shyly suggests that he would like to live on the dream farm. Crooks tries to take this statement back when he sees how big and scary Lennie actually is. However loneliness applies to the following people: Crooks, Curley Wife, Candy, Lennie and George.Crooks is the loneliness person on the ranch. Now, George and Lennieâs farm symbolizes hope and possibility in an impossible situation. âHe kept his distance and demanded that other people kept thereâsâ. For what reason does Lennie go to the barn? He loves how gullible and naive Lennie is. Candy comes by looking for Lennie and Crooks is secretly pleased that after so many years of solitude he is finally part of a sort of social gathering. How does Crooks react to Lennie when he comes to visit? Because of his race and handicap, Crooks lives apart from the other men, setting up a place by himself in the old harness room. He is inspired by the thought of having a piece of land some day. He covers his loneliness with books, yet realizes he is lonesome. Why does Crooks say he was âjes foolinââ about working at the ranch? The irony in this situation is the readers would suspect that Crooks would be happy to have some company but he was not at first. Contrast Crooksâ initial response to Lennie and his later response. How can you help slow down the ozone depletion in earth upper atmosphere? How does Crooks truly feel bout Lennie and Candy's visit? 3. When Candy says that he and Lennie would tell on her for framing Crooks, she counters by saying no one will listen to the old swamper. Curly's wife is lonely because she's the only woman on the ranch. Copyright © 1999 - 2020 GradeSaver LLC. What does Crooks say that upsets Lennie? Candy leaves, and George tells Lennie to stay away from Curley and not speak to him; however, George says, if Curley punches Lennie, Lennie is to "let him have it." Is there a way to search all eBay sites for different countries at once? They continue to discuss their plan to buy a farm and Crooks begins to warm to the scheme, even offering his own money and services if they'll take him on as well. Crooks at last relents and allows Lennie to sit with him and talk. 8. Crooks is lonely and kind of likes having their company. Summary. What does Crooks say about Lennie and Georgeâs dream answer He at first doesnât believe they story and then he realizes it when Lennie mentions that they do have money to buy land Compare the way Candy responds to George and Lennieâs dream, and the way Crooks responds to the dream.