Of Mice and Men
John Steinbeck's book about a friendship of two young men in the midst of the Depression, one mentally challenged, but possessing great strength and his buddy…
"This is faithfulness at its finest." The best of all plans are transitory - "have the quality of being transitory" - and this prooves to be the case with George and Lennie. They come close to attaining fulfillment, and it voices Steinbeck's unflinching faith, not in progress, but in human potential.