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Do you believe that the inner world of human being for instance morality ethics is apt to change because of surroundings or circumstances that the human has There is one of the most famous Korean short story The Potatoes which shows how a woman can be changed by her circumstances This short story was written by Kim Dong-In one of the most well known modern ages writer and he published this story on the monthly magazine The literary world of Chosun January edition 1925 When the author wrote this story his writings were classified into either a naturalism or romantic realism This story The Potatoes is a fine example of his short story based on naturalism The strong pints of this story are well-described lower class life style of Korean in 1920s and the intensive effect of the story development However because the author too tried to emphasize the dark aspect of a human being who threw away her morality he couldnt describe well about national indigence and the reason why the tragedy came from during Japanese imperialism era in Korea from 1909 to 1945 In this short story we can see how inner world of human being can be effected by outer world of human being and the author implies that we better aware of the danger of bad circumstances because you also could face on the tragedy which the main character of this story had In the beginning of the story the surroundings of Pok-nyo main character adultery squabbling murder theft and imprisonment allude the later following story about her destiny and tragedy Although Pok-nyo was born in high class family which is called Yang-ban her family was engaged in farming due to declined family finances She knew what the morality and right thing to do since she was kid even though raised in poor family Actually 1920s most Koreans were suffered from Japaneses exploitation However the author didnt show the reason
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