• Yes

  • No

73% 8 votes
27% 3 votes
  • It should have been killed, however Candy should have had some courage and done it himself.

  • He was suffering. It was humane, but as he say, Candy should have done it himself.

  • The dog was old and could barely move. If I was in the same condition as the dog, I'd want someone to end my life so I wouldn't have to suffer.

  • NO, he should have been able to die when he died, it was a power trip over Candy to show him he was of no use.

  • Candy's dog shouldn't be kill because if as an old man gets old and useless to the society no one would kill him same goes to the dog. Every living things have the rights to live.

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Owlz says2014-04-02T14:14:30.1227771-05:00
We are talking about the book Of Mice and Men, yes?
BblackkBbirdd says2014-04-03T11:45:04.8621026-05:00
What do you think would have happened to the Crooks after the end of the book? I know he's not real, i'm just curious.
IamPlato says2014-04-03T17:05:59.3493003-05:00
Actionspeak poor analogy.
IamPlato says2014-04-03T17:06:33.9979031-05:00
BBBBBBBBBlackbird You are wrong, too.
BblackkBbirdd says2014-04-05T14:32:06.8329669-05:00
1. His dog was nearly blind, had no teeth 2. " it was a power trip over Candy to show him he was of no use" that's why Steinbeck did it. He was showing how the elderly were treated in American society. Candy's greatest fear is that once he is no longer useful he will be "disposed of" like his dog. This is why the dog had to die.
BblackkBbirdd says2014-04-05T14:33:40.7917669-05:00
*had no teeth and could barley move

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