Of Mice and Men

How does steinbeck present him slowly becoming involved?

look at candy's behavior in this discussion

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If you are asking about how Candy becomes more involved with Lennie and George, we can say that he becomes more involved as they include him as a part of their dream of the future when they might have their own ranch and somehow raise their own animals. In a way they hope to be partners in a dream that they want to fulfill, a way in which, with their various disabilities and problems, they can still be happy.