Jul 30, 2022
In General Discussion
In addition to Megumi, the reaction of everyone around Hoose to her dream proves that Japanese society believes in the weakness of human beings. According to Hoose herself, nine out of ten of her classmates scoffed at the goal of going to the Antarctic, and a few who were interested also gave up under intense group pressure. The teachers and relatives around popular database her did not believe her either. Everyone around her believed in "how could a high school student go to the South Pole", which not only saw the isolation that Hoose suffered in the group, but also proved once again the narrative logic of "weakness is correct". The so-called "maintain the status quo" is actually "do nothing" After experiencing the foreshadowing of the first two Paragraphs, we can know that for Japanese society, "change" is feared and hated. Also, they believe in human weakness and powerlessness. Under the conditions of meeting the above two statements, it can be further inferred that "maintaining the status quo" is their morality.