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An Analysis of Jude Fawley in Sigmund Freud’s Personality Theory View

Author WeiZuo
Tutor ZhangShunFu
School Sichuan Normal University
Course English Language and Literature
Keywords Thomas Hardy Jude the Obscure Jude Foley Sigmund Freud Personality theory
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Type Master's thesis
Year 2010
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Thomas Hardy is the end of Victorian England and early modern literary giants of the transition period . As a representative of the realism , its Character and Environment novel readers the taste disappear Wessex Graffiti at the same time feel the social upheaval of the late Victoria . Although Hardy's heyday is long past , but with the various trends of thought have emerged in recent years, literary , literary and set off a surge of Hardy hot . Hardy in the creation of \Hardy is no clear the proposed the personality psychological theory thinking , but he let a lot of psychological description in the novel his novels show the initial characteristics of the modern psychological novel . The tragedy of life of the hero of the novel in the transition period in Victoria Jude period of transition from the old British tradition and character psychology changes in a series of questions to the reader 11 show at the same time reveals generation of traditional Victorian social criticism and new era expectations. This paper intends to analyze the characteristics of Jude . Fauré figures from the triple personality theory of Freud 's perspective . Jude short life can be difficult , ego and superego three constant struggle and repression spent . Until the last moment of his life , whether it is the self- or super- I did not get a real sense of satisfaction . This is not just a figure of tragedy is a tragedy of society . Jude 's personality is formed not only caused his unfortunate family , is also the result of social repression of human freedom and development , but also as a character archetype of Jude Hardy the reflection of their own personality . In order to \

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