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The Killing of Candy’s Old Dog For Foreshadowed Lennie’s death. Describe the two killings and point out any similarities.
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The Killing of Candy's Old Dog For
Foreshadowed Lennie's death. Describe
The Two Killings, Pointing out any
Similarities and differences.
George is a small man but has strong features and Lennie is a giant but has a mind of a child. They are the main characters and are two more migrant workers who travel together from place to place because of Lennie's stupidity and ability to get attracted to trouble. The main reason for this is he loves to feel soft things, which leads him to trouble and eventually to his death. They have a dream of owning land and settling down, so did millions of other Americans but only a few succeeded. John Steinbeck tried to draw attention to the social situation. At the time of 1920's and 1930's there was 12-15 million out of work, which led to depression. This book was published in 1937 and situated in America. The title Mice and Men came from Robert Burns poem, which means wrecked by fate. Lennie's death at the end of the novel and the previous killings of candy's old dog are similar in
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