Of Mice and Men

At reference to Candy.What point is steinbeck obviously trying to emphasise?

the ponits of evidence are enough

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Candy feels old, lonely and useless. Loneliness permeates this novel. The character of Candy personifies the theme of the de-humanization that itinerant workers faced during the depression. Their "worth" was measured on what they could do on a ranch or a farm. Candy's old dog further personifies this theme.