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John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath Quotes: The last clear definite function of men—muscles aching to work, minds aching to create beyond the single need—this is man.
         

The last clear definite function of men—muscles aching to work, minds aching to create beyond the single need—this is man.


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