What does the phrasethe best laid plans Of Mice and Men often go awry mean?

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It means that no matter how well laid out your plans are, there is always a chance that plan will not go the way you intended.
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The best laid plans Of Mice and Men often go awry?

The words are from "To a Mouse, on Turning Her Up in Her Nest with the Plough" written by Robert Burns in 1785. The original text is The best-laid schemes o' mice an' men

What does the phrase 'the best laid plans Of Mice and Men often go awry' mean?

Meaning of ' the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry '. Answer 1: The most carefully prepared plans may go wrong. Everybody makes plans

Who wrote the phrase the best laid plans Of Mice and Men often go awry?

mice and men was written by John Steinbeck. He was strongly influenced by his contemporary, Ernest Hemingway( the author of a poem). This poems message was tied in with darwin