OMAM Candy's Dog analysis

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  • Created by: BayyRalph
  • Created on: 25-02-14 14:14
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  • Candy's Dog
  • It dosent have its own name it is refered to as a possesion
    • Candys Dog
      • Name
        • Candy's Dog
    • Curley's Wife
      • Name
      • This shows that these charchters may not be equal to everyone else in the novella
    • Candys Dog
      • The dog being to old relates to Candy and his own age
        • To old
        • Both of the Charchters are viewed to be old and useless
          • The dog being to old relates to Candy and his own age
            • To old
          • Carlson is the person who shoots Candy's Dog
            • The dog becomes to old and is shot
            • This statement from Candy Foreshaddows future events
              • Candy feels asif he should have shot his dog himself
                • Carlson is the person who shoots Candy's Dog
                  • The dog becomes to old and is shot
              • As a sign of love, respect and because he owed it to him
                • Candy feels asif he should have shot his dog himself
                • It foreshaddows the event of George shooting Lennie
                  • This statement from Candy Foreshaddows future events

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                  Eth Johnson

                  Best mind map there is on get revising.

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