Of Mice and Men

of mice and men compare and contrast candy and carlson

Compare and contrast to characters in Of Mice and Men to form a statement about Steinbeck's massage in the novella? about candy and carlson

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Candy is an old swamper with only one working hand. He is low on the social hierarchy of the ranch. Carlson is much younger and stronger than Candy. Carlson represents the detached practicality of many of these ranch workers. In Steinbeck's harsh world, the weakest people have the most to lose. Candy has little choice but to agree to the shooting of the dog. Unlike Carlson, Candy has no influence in the bunkhouse.