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The purpose of this article is to reveal the specialities of the Ji-Ju-Whoe-Shi (鼅鼄會豕) written by Lee Sang (李箱) in 1936. The meaning of the title “Ji-Ju-Whoe-Shi” (鼅鼄會豕) is of two spiders that met a pig, and is symbolic of the life-and-death struggle of the mid 1930’s in Seoul. The main assumption of this article is that the Ji-Ju-Whoe-Shi (鼅鼄會豕) is a kind of love story and novel about the surplus person as a main character. Also, the Ji-Ju-Whoe-Shi (鼅鼄會豕) written by Lee Sang (李箱)in 1936 is a novel of the mode of life in the mid 1930’s in Seoul. Lee Sang used the animals as symbols. The spider means a thin person and the pig symbolizes a fat person. Spiders need the blood of other insects to live. The pig symbols a greedy and worldly person. On the other hand, the Ji-Ju-Whoe-Shi (鼅鼄會豕) shows us that the various experimentations of the formative arts, such as architecture or painting, can be applicable to the writing of novels. For example, Lee Sang represented the point of view like Picasso’s cubist paintings. And the composition of time is also based on the technique of collage of cubist paintings. The construction of the Ji-Ju-Whoe-Shi (鼅鼄會豕) is based on a triangle of circulations of spiders and pigs as a life-and-death struggle. Those characters allowed the novels written by Lee Sang to be so modern.