powerlessness and loneliness: Racially discriminated: Crooks

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1. For a moment she stood over him as though waiting for him to move so that she could whip at him again; but crooks sat perfectly still, everything that might be hurt drawn in.

2. "Well, I got the right to have a light. You go on and get out of my room. I ain't wanted in the bunk house and you ain't wanted in my room" (Steinbeck, 33)

3. Crooks seemed to grow smaller, and he pressed himself against the wall. "Yes ma'am" "well you keep in your place ****** I could get you strung up on a tree so easy it ain't even funny" (Steinbeck, 38)

4. "There wasn't another colored family for miles around, and now there ain't a colored man on this ranch an' there's jus' one family in Soledad" He laughed. "If I say something, why its just a ****** sayin' it" (Steinbeck 34)

5. "Must be nice to have a room all to yourself this way" "sure" said crooks "and a manure pile under your window. Sure, its swell" (Steinbeck, 36)