The Natural World in The Red Pony

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After the red pony got sick, Billy attempted to save it. His efforts were fruitless. Man was unsuccessful in effecting nature by saving the pony. I agree with this because it tells how man fails in trying to change nature. Man is successful in changing nature with the births and deaths of animals later in the story, though...
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Steinbeck writes, “Billy jumped to the swollen stomach; his big pocketknife was in his hand. He lifted the skin and drove the knife in. He sawed and ripped at the tough belly. The air filled with the sick odor of warm living entrails.” On the same page he also writes, “Billy dropped the knife. Both of his arms plunged into the terrible ragged hole and dragged out a big, white, dripping bundle...
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