From the story quality , what fate does the Gessler brothers pursuing their trade with shoe making ..?
In his story titled "Quality", John Galsworthy portrays the German shoemaker Mr. Gessler, the younger one as an epitome of honest craftsmanship. He illustrates how true artists like the Gessler Brothers struggle to thrive in an era of marketing and advertisement, where consumers are drawn to purchase even poorer quality goods from big corporations. By doing so, the author upholds the integrity of labor and the almost mystical nature of craftsmanship.
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