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|Title:||Oedipus complex in Tony Parsons' Man And Boy|
|Publisher:||UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta : Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora, 2009|
|Series/Report no.:||02-019-103549;2060 BSI a|
|Abstract:||The research is aimed at finding out the Oedipus complex symptoms in the main character of Tony Parsons’ Man and Boy. It is a character analysis that employs Sigmund Freud’s Psychoanalysis theory of Oedipus complex symptoms. The writer uses qualitative descriptive analysis as the method to analyze the relationship between the main character and the symptom of Oedipus complex as one of the form of the psychoanalysis problems. The data obtained through Tony Parsons’ Man and Boy novel are analyzed qualitatively using Sigmund Freud’s Psychoanalysis theory of Oedipus complex. Therefore, the writer focuses her analysis to the Oedipus complex symptoms in Tony Parsons’ Man and Boy through the psychoanalysis theory of Sigmund Freud. In this analysis, the writer finds out the final result that shows how the Oedipus complex symptom appears in Harry Silver as the main character in Tony Parsons’ Man and Boy. It appears through some points that are used as the research orientations. First, Harry was interested in everything deals with the authentication as a gentleman. Second, Harry tried to identify his father and wanted to a man like what his father was. Third, Harry posited his father as a rival. Fourth, Harry was very sensitive about any disparagement statements about size, weakness, inability, and his lack of experience. The last, Harry tried to find a woman whom personally similar with his mother. The result of this research shows Oedipus complex symptom in Tony Parsons’ Man and Boy that was performed by Harry Silver, as the main character of the novel, have dismissed by the passing of his father and the confession of his mother about Harry’s adroitness|
|Description:||x, 54 P.|
|Appears in Collections:||Skripsi|
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