Analysis Of Clashs Of Will In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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Society has always taken it’s toll on us, influencing our choices, ideals, goals, and personality. Society subjects us to ordeals we must overcome to grow as a person. In John Steinbecks novella Of Mice and Men, the the current American society acts as the antagonist to the characters throughout the novella,exerting them to clashs of will. At first glance we can percieve Candy as perfectly fine. He has a stable job, a faithful companion, and a place to call home. However it is not until the startling decison to put Candy’s dear dog down that reality kicks in. Candy then starts realizing that like his dog he himself has seemed to have lived beyond his usefullness . “When they can me here I wisht somebody’d shoot me.”(#60) His fears
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