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Psychoanalytical View of 1984, by George Orwell

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Psychoanalytical View of 1984, by George Orwell
Sigmund Freud
Id- instinct
superego- morals
ego- mediator between the two
Id, Superego, and Ego work together to conduct the conscious.
Jacques Lacan
French psychoanalyst and psychiatrist in the 1900s
Conscious vs. Unconscious

Their is a constant struggle between Winston's conscious and unconscious which is represented in
The most famous component of his theory was his emphasis on language

Beliefs:

Sexual tension within Winston
unconscious is structured like a language
unconscious and conscious are equally complex and purposeful
repressed desires that are contradictory to conscious morals and desires are expressed in indirect ways
his dreams
his diary
during the two minutes hate
room 101
Confuses sexual desires with negative emotions
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