Society has power to reform a man,' Bring out the significance of this statemenr in changing the life of Lushkoff with reference to the story 'The Beggar" ...........experts plz help 

Dear Student,

In the story 'The Beggar', Lushkoff is first seen as an alcoholic who resorted to telling lies and begging in order to survive. He is transformed when Sergei gives him an opportunity to work and make a decent living. The kindness of Sergei's cook Olga also made the beggar leave his old ways and quit begging. Thus we can say that an act of compassion by others can bring a  positive change in another person's life.

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