A Narcissist: A Psychological Analysis of Coleman Silk in the Human Stain
|School||Northeast Normal University|
|Course||English Language and Literature|
|Keywords||The Human Stain The Koeman · Silkeborg Narcissism Freud Psychological analysis|
Philip? Ross is one still active in the American literature on the important Jewish writer. \Ross in \The work with its series of social problems in the United States to explore the depth and thought Faulkner Award for Fiction and the National Jewish Book Award, Smith books Award. The background of the novel in the 1990s on the outskirts of New England. Narrator Nathan? Left Blackman recorded a professor of classical literature called Silkeborg, 71 years old, called two students never appear in his classroom as a \drugs. Silkeborg start and a cleaning lady called Funiya would love this woman is only 30-year-old the Silkeborg blamed. Flashback in the second half of the novel, the the Silkeborg real identity is revealed, he is actually posing as Jews and African American. Novel \Critics express their views, described as controversial, a lively discussion on the theme of the novel, writing skills, genre, and compared with other novel research. However, very few people on the psychology of the characters in \In this paper, according to the the narcissism theory of Freud's psychological analysis, the journey of the hero in \causes, and to explain the mystery of his final death. The text is divided into five parts: preface provides a brief introduction the Ross creation features, the main plot of the novel \The first chapter focuses on the Silkeborg characteristics of narcissism, to prove that he is a person with narcissistic personality. The second chapter explains Silke narcissistic personality is formed. Chapter III on the basis of the first two chapters provide a Selkirk mystery of the death of the psychological interpretation of the in Narcissistic Personality pressure eventually suicide. Final chapter Conclusion summarizes the point of view of this article: \led to the final destruction of Silkeborg. His experience and his final thought-provoking.