영어로 쓰여졌고, 문법오류는 전혀 없습니다. 대학원 어플라이 할때 제출할만큼 잘 쓰여진 글 입니다. 로렌스의 소설을 심리 분석비평법으로 체계적으로 분석한 글입니다.
On the whole, I talked about the psychoanalytical criticism and other criticisms; then, I showed apparent evidence that proves the effects of the approach. As I pointed out, critics can observe the relation between unconsciousness and figurative language, and also apprehend universal factors in the writing when they approach the characters psychoanalytically. In Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers, we can understand human beings common characteristic of mental development in terms of gender role and affection. All human beings have the Oedipal stage in their infancy, and some people, who do not have such good parents and family, have the possibility of becoming oedipal. Thus, readers feel a catharsis through Paul’s story, and Sons and Lovers comes to have more depth and effect.
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