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what is the plot of the story of the aged mother?
The story of the Aged Mother is a folklore from Japan, it tells a story about the care and wisdom of a mother to his son, their situation and the son’s love and tender reverence. The story took place at Shinano, in the foot of a mountain where the mother and her son who is the protagonist, lived. The mother was already old and widowed while his son was a poor farmer. The son was a reflection of a
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The story of the Aged Mother is a folklore from Japan, it tells a story about the care and wisdom of a mother to his son, their situation and the son’s love and tender reverence. The story took place at Shinano, in the foot of a mountain where the mother and her son who is the protagonist, lived. The mother was already old and widowed while his son was a poor farmer. The son was a reflection of a very good child having a very loving mother. The antagonist in the story was the ruler who boasted his power and ordered unreasonable things. The conflicts were divided into separate related parts resulting to an episodic plot. It started from the first part of the story when the antagonist ordered to kill the elderly. It is a man vs. man conflict as seen throughout the story where the tension lies between the son and the ruler.
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