Dictionary of the Khazars — Milorad Pavi? The Lover — Marguerite Duras
Reply Freud has been highly criticised by both conservatives and liberals either for being too explicit in his discoveries or too critique in his conclusions. For example, to argue that a promiscuous man is more likely to become a pedophile, or that to be homosexual is to be a narcissistic are two things one cannot openly say in the street.
If we look now at the most conservative part of society, it is possible to note how neglected female hysteria is as a consequence of sexual dissatisfaction within marriage.
Whatever Freud said and whatever one thinks of, Europe owes a great deal to Freud. His investigations meant a completely new world to both science and humanities, and they show the root of an important number of psychological issues; not to mention that he is the father of psychoanalysis, and of a deeper understanding of sexuality.
Freud was a great observer of the human mind and behaviour, and a brave man who was not afraid of his contemporaries.
He faced lots of child-abuse cases within a bourgeois society and dared to dive into the human soul. Literary studies are as well in debt with him.
Psychoanalysis opened the world of dreams and, particularly, its own logic. Psychoanalysis has enhanced the understanding of literary characters and their relationships beyond the limits of the 20th century. Specially important are the familiar relationships to be approach, in many cases, from a Freudian perspective.
The relationship between art and the artist acquires a more existential and sexual perspective; as well as the relations between sexuality, beauty and desire.
A quite complete analysis of all kind of sexual experiences was openly explore by Freud.
These concepts complete the understanding of human behaviour especially in unhealthy cases. Literary representations of the body can be approach metaphorically, that is, as a physical representation of the mind or illness.
Freud advances further postmodern theories of the body and its relationship to the illness and the text such as those of Roland Barthes and Michel Foucault. The importance of early experiences in life has result to be a key point in general psychology until now. I think the seven points above are the most important.
Generally speaking, psychoanalysis has brought a deeper understanding of the relationship body-mind, and it is not at all surpassed by any other posterior theory, it is perfectly complementary to a kind of more scientific studies.
Freud deserves, as any important thinker, a high consideration.One of the things I had been particularly drawn to in “Jakarta” was the shifting POV between the main characters and the fact that there were four of them.
Many great novels are studies of single characters—loners, outsiders or outcasts—e.g., Madame Bovary, The Outsider, The Bell Jar. Flaubert, Gustave: Madame Bovary Gordimer, Nadine: The Conservationist An Analysis. In my last post, I mentioned that I’ve been working my way through a lot of large reprint method, the novella is a selling point secondary to the author’s name, and in the multiple-novella method, two rival books must vie for attention.
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