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Title: The psychological problems of main character in the black cat by Edgar Allan Poe
Authors: Alifa Karlina
Advisors: Naf'An Tarihoran
Issue Date: 5-Oct-2012
Publisher: Jakarta : Fakultas Adab Dan Humaniora UIN Syarif Hidayatullah, 2007
Series/Report no.: 02-1555;1555 BSI a
Abstract: ABSTRACT Alifa Karlina, 2007. "The Psychological Problems of Main Character in The Black Cat by Edgar Allan Poe," (Thesis, Department of English Letters, Faculty of Adab and Humanities, the "SyarifHidayatullah" State Islamic University Jakarta. The writer of this research tried to prove the main male character and his character by analyzing the evidence from the monologues on the short story, his acts, and his statements. The writer used Descriptive-Qualitative analysis as the method to analyze the relationship both the main character and the abnormal psychological approach. In this analysis, the writer found out the final result about character and characterization of the main male character, "I" as a un-humanity person, temperamental, cruel, perverse, cold-blooded, and malevolent The writer also tried to connect the characterization of main character with abnormal psychology theory. All the main character behaviors are the abnormal behaviors. Among of that abnormal behaviors are psychoneurosis, psychosis, and psychopath. The result of the research shows a hypothesis, which states there is psychological problems happen to the main male character in The Black Cat short story. They are psychoneurosis, psychosis, and psychopath.
Description: vii, 39 p.
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