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Analysis of Freudianism about the Unbearable Lightness of Being

Author LongHaiYun
Tutor TanJunQiang
School Yunnan University
Course Comparative Literature and World Literature
Keywords Unbearable Lightness Freudianism Dream Oedipus Complex
CLC I106
Type Master's thesis
Year 2010
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The Unbearable Lightness of Being \The novel revolves around the theme of \the mystery , after a tortuous journey , eventually caught in the tragic ending of \Many scholars are keen on the analysis of the ideological content and artistic features of the novel from the point of view of philosophy, aesthetics , or to explore the political , historical fiction theme , a comprehensive interpretation of the novel is still rare from a psychological point of view . According to Freud 's psychoanalytic theory , from the dream , the Oedipus complex two aspects of Freudianism characteristics embodied in the novel interpretation . The introductory section of the novel content , sums up the current domestic and foreign scholars of this work 's overall situation , and Freudianism , and the relationship between literary creation , literary criticism . Chapter Freudianism theories about dreams , the analysis of dreams and fantasy novels story . Freud said : \The second chapter discusses the basis for Freud's Oedipus complex to explore the performance of the Oedipus complex theme in the novel , in-depth analysis of the complex relationship between the characters and the underlying causes of the formation of this complex . The epilogue summarizes the innovation and research papers . Novel performance Freudianism characteristics , the current lack of a comprehensive study of the system to conduct a detailed analysis of the text , using the method of Freud's psychoanalysis , depth character from a new perspective inner world interpretation of the relationship between the characters , to explore the root causes leading to the tragic fate of the characters , but also allows us to better understand the Kundera novel built the world and his creative art .

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