I really can’t believe he’s gone. Well today started off just as normal, Scruffy and I going about our usual routine, just minding our own business but it seemed Carlson took a particular annoyance at Scruffy’s smell. I know he smells, but it’s just because he’s old, he can’t help it. Carlson started to complain saying that I should just put ol’ Scruff outta his misery but I didn’t think anything of it until Slim and George agreed with him. It was one of the most heart breaking decisions I ever had to make but I could see the pain that old dog was going through and I couldn’t stand to see him hurting anymore.
Candy turning in his bed showed that he was devastated once he heard that shot. There wasn’t any conversation and everyone felt upset for Candy. c) Why is the dog so important to Candy? What do you think Candy’s dog represents? I think candy’s dog represents that he is his best friend and someone who he has had with him for a long time.
He drank to make his problems go away and he had meaningless sex to make himself feel better , but it didn’t! Curly would come for him soon but he didn't know when , he could only bide his time. As george walked down the street he noticed that it was surprisingly empty, he walked home alone with the Curly constantly on his mind. George was in the barn cleaning out the horses stables, He just couldn’t stop looking over his shoulder , he was so worried that it made him slip on the wet surface of the stable floor, he hit his head on one of the stables gates and blacked out. He awoke to a dark, barely lit room , he tried to stand up but his hands and feet were tied to the chair he was sitting on.”WHERE AM I ?
Not just of the breeding dogs in the farm but most of their puppies as well. As cute as the puppy in the pet shop may seem you should always buy from a proper breeder or an animal shelter this way you will know that you are not contributing towards puppy mills and killing innocent dogs. This is one dog that was lucky enough to be saved from a puppy mill. If the dogs are not rescued and given another home from the animal shelter they will be put down and the owner of the puppy mills get away with murder. Not just of the breeding dogs in the farm but most of their puppies as well.
English Course Work I’ve worked at this ranch for some time now so I know the guys that work here very well but I got to find out more about one specific guy at the ranch. Lennie Small. It just started out as a question and ended a tragedy. I’m sure if that god damn Curly just kept his anger in and not mention his wife every single minute, to me or to any of the other guys at the ranch; like we were supposed to be snakes looking out for his wife every second of each day; then everything could have been fine. I walk into the bunkhouse and there at the table are sat Candy, Lennie and George who stopped their conversation when I entered the room.
But to hell with it, if I ain't of done it ain't nobody else but that bastard Curley who would've shot him. I spend most of my time in the ranch talking to Candy, always lookin' real sad. He has nothin' in life. It seems like his life parallels mine. Slim always seems to be lookin' out for me but he don't say nothin.
So Danny took the dead bull back to Mr. Haggin.On his way there,he saw Red and thought how nice it would be if he owned a dog like that. Danny asked Mr. Haggin how much a dog like that would cost. Mr. Haggin told him that he had bought Red for seven thousand dollars. Danny didn't say anything,because he knew that he and his dad could not afford so much money. The next morning,Ross woke Danny up and told him that Red was out on their porch.
I watched it with my older friends at the time and ever since then i get crap for being scared of jeepers creepers coming to get me at night if im a bad kid and stuff. I was 12-13 and everytime i spent the night at my friends house they would stay up and scare me when i would fall asleep. it wasnt fun at all. very
Grant tells Jefferson that he is more of a man that he could ever be, and that we all need him. In Jefferson diary he admits his thoughts. He talks about how it is difficult for him to sleep at night, because all he dreams about is going through the door of his execution. He confesses why he acted the way he did in the beginning to Grant, and Miss Emma, he says it was because no one ever told him that they loved him so he wasn’t sure how to do the same. He confesses that he cries a night because he is scared, and because Grant has been so good to him.
He has a very old dog, and the boys at the farm want to shoot it. Candy thinks that just because someone is old doesn’t mean they’re useless, and would they shoot him too? They always think he’s unable to do things because he’s old, even though he can do it. Throughout the novel, he is often by himself, away from others, because he is discriminated against by the others. As the end of the novel approaches, discrimination leads towards Lennie’s harsh