Conflict between Crooks and Curley
In the bunkhouse
Curley, pretending to be a boss, always orders Crooks to prepare a horse for the ride. Once, Curley wanted to impress his new wife by showing off his riding skills. So, one day he tells the Crooks to prepare his horse in front of his new wife. He took many successful rides before, but on that day the horse was weak, and so he fell off from the horse and broke his back. He gets embarrassed himself in front of his new wife. He got angry nd said loudly, " where are you, n-word?". Crooks came to the sight of incidence. Curley, being angry, grabs Crooks by his collar and moves towards bunkhouse.
When Curley came in, George and Lennie were subsiding and blowin' in their jack. Curley just smacked Crooks and done a bit in the ring. As Crooks got afraid, he started arguing by mimicking himself. Curley yelled at Crooks," What did you give to horse, man?" Crooks replied in soft voice," It wasn't my fault sir." Everyone outside were trying to peer into the windows. Although, by eating much, Curley wasn't complacent. Curley then kicked him and he got hurt in his legs by getting tripped over the playing table. Crooks replied loudly, "somebody help me." Everyone moved away by looking at the anger of Curley.
At the end, it was a rattrap for Crooks as he broke his legs and couldn't walk throughout the door. This was the worst fight ever happened in Crooks entire life.