In John Steinbeck's A Duty To Family, Heritage, And Country?
They each share an entirely different perspective toward family values. For example, in talking about success, Yu says, “It 's for our families our heritage and our country.” In China it is very critical to keep the family name held high. Each and every student has that obligation. In contrast, in America in the 1930 's, during the time of the Great Depression (when Of Mice and Men was written), people across America were forced to find work on their own. Many families were separated because they had to go to where there were work opportunities. In Of Mice And Men, when George says, “Guys like us, that work on a ranch are the loneliest guys in the world. They got no family. They don’t belong no place” (Steinbeck 32), he is referring to the fact that no one has expectations on