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John Steinbeck states, "In the end is the word, and the word is man, and the word is with man" in his Nobel Prize acceptance speech. What does this mean?
This seems like something a vital point to Steinbeck's thoughts on politics and beliefs, so I think this will really help me with my assignment.
The full paragraph says,
Having taken God-like power, we must seek in ourselves for the responsibility and the wisdom we once prayed some deity might have. Man himself has become our greatest hazard and our only hope. So that today, saint John the Apostle may well be paraphrased: In the end is the word, and the word is man, and the word is with man.
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