Of Mice and Men

Chapter 2;

What are some symbols in this chapter, and what may they represent?

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Candy's old dog- represents Candy and age. The dog represents what was once useful but now discardable.

Curly's wife- represents a possession. She remains nameless throughout the novel symbolizing the isolation and anonymity at its worst.