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THE COLLECTOR - A FREUDIAN INTERPRETATION
Valerija Korošec, 2012, diplomsko delo

Opis: The purpose of this diploma seminar is to give an in-depth Freudian reading of the novel The Collector by John Fowles and apply basic Freudian psychoanalytic concepts to it, with the intent to analyse the main characters, the relations between them and the meaning of dreams and symbols which appear in the novel. The analysis has shown that the actions of the main character can be explained with Freud's theory of Self and other psychoanalytic concepts: the main character has been marked with the loss of his mother in his childhood that he is not willing to accept. Due to his unconscious wish to get her back in his childhood, he fixated his libido on butterflies, which became a symbol for his lost mother. After winning money on the football pools, the main character is abducted by his unconscious wishes, his Id, which causes a transfer of his libido from butterflies to young women. As he suffers from an unresolved Oedipus complex, he is incapable of having sexual intercourse, so he seeks in women the image of his ideal mother, who would satisfy his infantile sexuality. The ideal mother is unattainable, so he must satisfy his sexual desires through sadistic acts directed against women. As he is condamned to kidnapp and torture women forever, he can be considered a serial killer in evolution.
Ključne besede: Freud's psychoanalysis, dreams, symbols, John Fowles, The Collector, Unconscious, literature, novel.
Objavljeno: 29.01.2013; Ogledov: 2079; Prenosov: 146
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GOOD AND EVIL: PSYCHOANALYTICAL ANALYSIS OF CHARACTERS FROM THE NOVEL RED DRAGON
Nataša Žgajner, 2015, magistrsko delo

Opis: The Master's thesis, titled Good and Evil: Psychoanalytical Analysis of Characters from the Novel Red Dragon, deals with a detailed analysis of the four main characters from the mentioned novel, written by Thomas Harris. At the beginning of the dissertation, I present several definitions of good and evil, based on which I place our four characters into these two categories. I focus on the psychoanalytical analysis of the mind, which shows best when analysing evil characters. To properly diagnose them, I resort to several researches and acclaimed authors from the fields of psychology and psychoanalysis, based on which I present the main concepts that are important for this dissertation: psychopathology, sociopathology and psychosis. Towards the end, I also present William Blake’s series of paintings, called: The Red Dragon Paintings. Then, I address the question of why today’s society shows so much interest in the lives and crimes of serial killers. The conclusion reveals my diagnosis of Hannibal Lecter and Francis Dolarhyde. It also shows the answer to previously mentioned question, which in short is that what attracts us most with serial killers is the inability to understand their murderous instincts.
Ključne besede: psychoanalysis, psychopath, sociopath, Hannibal Lecter, The Great Red Dragon
Objavljeno: 07.10.2015; Ogledov: 1039; Prenosov: 136
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