how does stienbeck shape our views of curleys wife in 'of mice and men' ? please add qoutes as well

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Curley's wife is presented in a mostly unfavourable light and it is interesting that she is never named; it is as though she has no real identity. Like others in the novel Curley's wife has a dream and that too will never be realised. She thinks that she...

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