He knew he had to do it himself. They do not create any sort of strong emotion at all and instead just look silly and juvenile. Carlson is the stereotype of a macho male. Candy realizes that his fate is to be put on the roadside as soon as he's no longer useful; his ranch boss won't treat him any differently than his dog. Wait until you hear the bit about the dog. Conclusions aren't meant to be anything spectacular, and should not introduce any new information that would otherwise be commented on in the main bulk of the analysis, so a few lines joining together and consolidating the ideas explored in the above paragraphs is more than satisfactory, but as this candidate has not included a conclusion, their essay loses marks for structure and planning, meaning it is of a low C grade standard. What George does not seem to realize is how dangerous Lennie's strength can be, a danger that Steinbeck makes clear when Lennie crushes Curley's hand.
They have a dream of owning land and settling down, so did millions of other Americans but only a few succeeded. Another farmhand, Whit, enters and shows Slim a letter written by a man they used to work with published in a pulp magazine. If your dog got loose and wandered on to the other property you are … responsible. The last similarity was that both Candy and George felt lonely after the death of their companions. Lennie begged and cried for her not to yell because he thought George wouldn't let him tend no rabbits as he was warned by George not to do A bad thing.
Steinbeck does an excellent job of establishing powerful themes while using unparalleled writing techniques. Eventually Slim joins in, suggesting that Candy would be putting a suffering animal out if its misery. Lennie then broke her neck without realizing he just killed her. He thinks the dog is old and smells bad, and therefore wants to put the dog out of his misery by killing him. That's why when someone says that they got a dog from the pound they say that the rescued the dog. He relentlessly pursues the dog's death, more for his own comfort he doesn't like the dog's smell than to put the dog out of its misery. What were the similarities between them? George knew that Lennie will be punished bec … ause Lennie killed Curley's wife, so George just prefers killing Lennie himself.
Have a detailed explanation, withWriting appropriate terminology, of how structure and language is used andwill begins to develop perceptive identification of layers of meaning 2. Never did seem right to me. He quickly and emphatically says he has a Luger that can do the job, and he has to be reminded by Slim to take a shovel so Candy will be spared the glimpse of the corpse. Then instead a horrifying death. Candy internalizes this lesson, for he fears that he himself is nearing an age when he will no longer be useful at the ranch, and therefore no longer welcome. Candy's dream was to live on the ranch that both George and Lennie wanted to live in someday.
This wastes valuable exam time and. But in a way if you think about it, its kind of an excuse because he might be je … alous that he doesn't have a companion like he does, especially since its a dog. In order to establish these ideas Steinbeck develops his characters, the relationships they share, and their interactions. It is simply not acceptable that candidates submit coursework without proof-reading it for spelling and grammatical errors. The dog was smelly and old, therefore it became unwanted by the society. Knowing that Slim is too strong to be beaten in a fight, Curley looks to vent his rage elsewhere.
As Candy said, George didn't want a stranger to get rid of his best friend. This is the place that George told Lennie to go if he got into trouble with the men at the ranch. Curley automatically assumes that she is in the barn with Slim, and the other guys follow him to the barn, assuming there will be a fight. They have spent many years together and have aged together. He's spent the best years of his life working on someone else's ranch, only to lose his hand and have little money. He pulled the kinder for Lennie to die trigger.
I shouldn't ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog. Since that day, he has taken good care of his companion, protecting him even when he gets in trouble. Whit asks George if he has seen her and ventures a comment on her appearance. Chapter 3 brings that prophesy to light with a number of occurrences that are dark and violent. This conviction runs counter to the cruel nature of the world of the ranch-hands, in which the strong hunt down and do away with the weak. It seduces not only the other characters but also the reader, who, like the men, wants to believe in the possibility of the free, idyllic life it promises.
Like an innocent animal, Lennie is unaware of the vicious, predatory powers that surround him. He ain't no good to you, Candy. On the other hand the dog was killed because it was considered to be a pest, the only person that loved the dog was Curleys, he latter regretted not killing the dog himself. When he learns that Slim is in the barn, he storms off in that direction, followed by Whit and Carlson, who hope to see a fight. The disease parvo, malnutrition Chocolate, anti-freeze, bleach, Tylenol, watch batteries, moth balls, fabric softener, peach pits, mouth wash if contains boric acid , dangerous. Please do something quick your dog needs justice!!!! The main reason for this is he loves to feel soft things, which leads him to trouble and eventually to his death. Carlson told the ranch people that Lennie stole his lugar but they didn't now it was George.
The way in which Carlson kills the dog—with a gunshot to the back of the head—foreshadows Lennie's death and likens Lennie to Candy's dog: they're both powerless, innocent, and doomed. Also, the dog was Candy's friend, and Lennie was George's friend. This is because it is the owner's responsibility to socialize and train the dog so that it can function in human society. The Killing of Candy's Old Dog in Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men George is a small man but has strong features and Lennie is a giant but has a mind of a child. Candy is old and his dog is old. They spend their time murdering people for their money, food and sometimes because they're annoyed.