What chapter does crooks talk to Lennie?
Also question is, how is Crooks described in Chapter 4?
This chapter begins with the description of a place; this time, it is Crooks' room in the stable. Crooks, the black stable hand, lives by himself in the harness room, a shed attached to the barn. Injured when a horse kicked him, Crooks has a body that is bent to the left because of his crooked spine.
Also, what chapter does crooks come in? Crooks, the stable buck, is introduced in Chapter 2 when George and Lennie are being shown around the bunk house by the old man referred to later as "the old swamper." We learn that Crooks is the only hand on the ranch who is African-American and that he is victimized because of it.
Moreover, what did crooks say to Lennie?
When Crooks is talking to Lennie in the barn, it is very obvious that he is lonely. He also implies that he isjealous that Lennie has George, and that Lennie is lucky to have somebody. Crooks says, ''A guy goes nuts if he ain't got nobody. Don't make no difference who the guy is, long's he's with you.
How does crooks change in Chapter 4?
At the end of Chapter 4, Crooks is a totally defeated man. He has had to give in to Curley's wife and he feels the fact that he is completely powerless. The reason his attitude changes is that Curley's wife has reminded him that he is a nothing. Up until that point, he had been sharing in Lennie's dream.