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Crooks room is important because it is a place of solitude, but loneliness.
Crooks promises to work for nothing as long as he can live his life out there without the fear of being put out. Why does Crooks from Of Mice and Men live alone in the barn? Crooks has what the other men don't - his own space, but in a way it is his own downfall. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. where on the farm does crooks live and why from the book of mice and men Asked by mallary m #617876 on 2/27/2017 7:47 PM Last updated by jill d #170087 on 2/27/2017 8:00 PM "Well, I got a right to have a light. Like all the others, he wants a place where he can be independent and have some security. Due to the racism of many of the other workers. In Chapter 4 of Mice and Men, since George has gone to town with the other men, Lennie comes to the barn to pet his puppy; however, he notices the light in Crooks's room, so he stops. You go on get outa my room. Crooks lives in the "little shed that leaned off the wall of the barn" (73) While Crooks is belittled and ordered around in the ranch at large, in his bunk he is sovereign; none of the other workers impede upon his living space. Asked in Science Fiction , English Language , Biography Start studying Of Mice and Men Chapter 4. Why does crooks have a room of his own in the barn and does not sleep in the bunk house with the rest of the men?