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The picture models a similar situation of Candy's dog being killed. The situation starts on page 22, when Carlson convinces at his level's best to have Candy's dog killed. Though, Candy doesn't want his dog killed anyway, he gives in because of peer pressure. Ironically, Candy’s dog is killed by someone else. This is upsetting and sad for Candy. From this example, it can be learned that the bond of an animal and human is very close and it is hard to recover if either of them lose each other.

The picture models a similar situation of Candy's dog being killed. The situation starts on page 22, when Carlson convinces at his level's best to have Candy's dog killed. Though, Candy doesn't want his dog killed anyway, he gives in because of peer pressure. Ironically, Candy’s dog is killed by someone else. This is upsetting and sad for Candy. From this example, it can be learned that the bond of an animal and human is very close and it is hard to recover if either of them lose each other.

GCSE English: "Of Mice and Men", Chapter 4 (+playlist)

GCSE English: "Of Mice and Men", Chapter 4 (+playlist)

My fav...Real teachers do not take no for an answer unless it is written in a complete sentence.

My fav...Real teachers do not take no for an answer unless it is written in a complete sentence.

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