Of Mice and Men

the description of lennie's death recalls another event in the novel. what is it? explain the similarities.

ch. 6 in the novel

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I think when Carlson shoots Candy's old dog is a good example. The build up to the gun shot has a similar mood and tone to it.

What does this parallel reveal about George's motives? Of Mice and Men

The build-up to the shot is has a similar mood and both the deaths were the "best thing to do" to put them out of their pain.

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