'Quality' written by John Galsworthy in 1912 is about the German shoemakers, Gessler Brothers. The story starts with the description of the boot shop; on top was the nameplate 'Gessler Brothers' and a few shoes displayed on the window. One day the narrator goes to their shop to get a pair of Russian-leather shoes. It gives the lesson about hard work, compassion, and humility. It also shows the loss and death of a person by ending the story with the death of Mr Gessler's.