Tag Archives: Unconscious.

“Tickets, Please”: Female Aggressiveness and the Notion of “Consummation” In D. H. Lawrence’s Fiction (Published)

Tickets, Please” is considered as one of the most aggressive tales of D.H.Lawrence as here the writer delineates for the first time a team of women literally invested with the role of avengers: they conspire against a man, attack him and force him to commit himself to marry one of them.  Initially it seems that the main theme of the story evolves around the cruel punishment of the man which is to meet these women as nature red in tooth and claw coming face to face with female aggressiveness which threatens him even with death. However, the present article aspires to show how this ostensible punishment might also reveal other aspects of the authorial intention related to the writer’s convictions and beliefs concerning the concept of the real connection between the two sexes, what Lawrence calls “consummation.” It also attempts to explore processes, like that of mythicization, which Lawrence applies when delineating his heroines.

Keywords: Feminine, Jung., Male, Unconscious., consummation, mythicization

Conscious and unconscious speech (Published)

A native speaker fluently speaks the language which is ungrammatical; the native speaker has a nation that he can speak his mother tongue without mistake. The confidence he gets because it is his mother tongue which he take it for granted. The research I have made in my mother tongue is that when someone unconsciously utters a sentence that /doctor kan jo/ /go to the doctor/ when the person uttered the incomplete sentence what was the situation? What was reason? Why she/he uttered? Is not known but the context may be someone might have expressed his/her health condition. What was his/her condition? Where was she/he? All these questions arose in my mind which I thought of these broken sentences and I understand the meaning of the utterance.

Keywords: Conscious, Language, Speech, Unconscious., native speaker

An Analysis of Home Burial (1914) By Frost in Psychoanalytic Perspective (Published)

The main purpose of this research paper is to analyze the main cause of mental disorder of Amy in Frost’s poem “Home Burial”. Amy lost her conscious level on the death of his child and this cause of his mental disorder also becomes the cause of death of his marriage. Frost had experienced to lose his three children and he writes this poem into the reaction of loss of his children’s. This study means to investigate the role and contribution of patriarchy and patriarchal values towards the misery, suffering, loneliness and unhappiness of women or other psychological, social and economic problems experienced by them. This research refers to the unconscious level of mind of women Amy and founds the bleak outlook of women’s life in Frost’s poem “The Home Burial”.

Keywords: Frost, Home Burial, Mental disorder, Nora, Psychoanalysis, Unconscious.