Psychological analysis in «Adolphe», Benjamin Constant's Work

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«Adolphe», Benjamin Constant's novel, is highly respected in literary history of France. This book that summarizes the features of two great literary schools, namely, Classicism and Romanticism, is a perfect manifestation of Psychological novel. In «Adolphe», Benjamin Constant describes the bitter truths residing in human heart with a unique art and great exactitude and fineness. These truths have existed in all the times and places. With a thoroughgoing analysis of sentiments and psychological aspects of his heros, he reveals to the readers their weakness and strengths, and advises them indirectly. The present article, that is a descriptive- analytic one, deals with psychological analysis in «Adolphe». This is done in three various ways: through indirect speeches, dialogues and monologues. By demonstrating a different conception of love and by psychological analysis of thoughts, sentiments, and affections of his heros, Constant tries to tell that man is egoist, weak, unstable and very tempestuous.

Erfaniyat Dar Adab Farsi, Volume:3 Issue: 12, 2013
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