The Grapes of Wrath

What does Casy imply when he says that "Grampa didn't die tonight. He died the minute you took'im off the place"?

Chapter 13

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Grandpa's only sense of identity was his home. As useless as the land was, it was still his in spirt. The minute he is taken from his land, he begins to die. The land and Grandpa were connected by a far deeper meaning than a land title.