Complex Essay Topics

My Oedipus Complex

In Frank O’Connor’s short story “My Oedipus Complex” he writes about a young boy named Larry, who is use to his fathers absence because of World War I. Larry soon fines himself trying to take over his fathers house hold including wanting to marry his mother. When the war ends, Larry’s father returns home and… View Article

“A Doll’s House” by Katherine Mansfield

“The Doll’s House” is one of the representative stories of Katherine Mansfield. Who is known for freshness of her approach and beautifully colored methods of presenting her ideas. The story basically gives us deep insight into the manners and behaviors of the aristocratic families. Here she ridicules the negative philosophy of social discrimination caused by… View Article

Oedipal Complex in the Tragedy of Hamlet

How might the Oedipal complex factor into the tragedy of Hamlet? Oedipal complex Freud’s theory of stages of development for boys To describe a boy’s feelings of desire for his mother and jealously and anger towards his father Also thought boys felt they were in a completion with their father for possession of his mother… View Article

Chief matenge

! Chief Matenge is the brother of a chief name Sekoto. Being younger gave his older bother the title of Paramount Chief and all the power that goes with being a paramount Chief. Chief Sekoto and his bother are very different in character. Matenge is the a nuisance to his older bother and inc tried… View Article

Alfred Adler and Karen Horney

I agree with Alfred Adler when he states that a sense of inferiority drives people to succeed. I can relate to this theory because I am very affected by others’ actions around me. If somebody that I idolize is prospering in a certain area, I may feel inferior and strive to meet his or her… View Article

Freudian Reading on “Othello”

Freudian Reading on “Othello” Is it possible for other people to act as our superegos? What are the effects of never resolving your oedipal complex? And when a situation becomes to over whelming, do we project our thought and feelings on to our peers? I am using “Through the Literary Looking Glass: Critical Theory in… View Article

A Letter to His Parents by Dr. Jose Rizal

PSYCHOANALYTIC CRITICISM Psychoanalytic criticism: * It adopts the methods of reading. It argues the literary texts, like dreams, express the secret unconscious desires and anxieties of the author. * A literary work is a manifestation of the author’s own neuroses. * It usually assumes that all such characters are projections of the author’s psyche. *… View Article