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The Awakening: Psychological Analysis

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Psychological Analysis
The Awakening: Psychological Analysis
Id
Ego
Superego
Motherhood
The pleasure component
From birth
Desires
Unconscious
Morality-principle component
Age 5-6
Right and Wrong
Conscious, Preconscious, Unconscious
Constraint in Marriage
"Edna held out her hand, and taking the ring, slipped it upon her finger."
pg 88
Reality Principle
3 years old
Balanced
Conscious, Pre-conscious, Unconscious
-Aspect of personality that holds of our internalized
moral standards
-Our senses of
right
and
wrong
-"
reality
principle"
-Maintains a
balance
between id and superego
"...taking off her wedding ring, flung it upon the carpet. When she saw it lying there, she stamped her heel upon it, striving to crush it."
-pg88
Reminder of her
children's presence
in her life:



Brings Edna's awareness to the natural pull of
motherhood
Still, she remembered Adele's voice, whispering, "Think of the children; think of them."
-pg 185
Constraint in Creole society
"Mrs. Pontellier, though she had married a Creole, was not throughly at home in the society of Creoles;..."
-pg18
"As she gave a dainty scrap or two to the doggie, she talked intimately to him about
Etienne
and
Raoul
."
-pg 121
Marriage
Motherhood
ID
In
Edna's
Life
Born
(2/8/1850)
Father dies
Oscar dies
Dies
(8/22/1904)
Grandmother dies
Moves back to St. Louis
Sigmund Freud
Human Psych: Id, Superego, Ego
I want chocolate
Kate Chopin's Independence
Id
"I want chocolate"
Superego
"I'm on a diet"
Ego
"I'll eat half of the bar"
She was
fond
of her children in an uneven,
impulsive way.
-pg33
ID
Being in Love
Achieving Freedom
Works Cited
http://www.katechopin.org/biography/
http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/webtexts/hour/katebio.html
http://www2.uncp.edu/home/canada/work/canam/chopin.htm
http://www.studentpulse.com/articles/657/kate-chopins-the-awakening-struggle-against-society-and-nature
http://notesoftheages.blogspot.jp/2011/08/ednas-failure-to-mature-suicide-in.html
http://www.theblackandblue.com/2008/04/01/duality-in-kate-chopins-the-awakening/
https://urliteraryneworleans.wordpress.com/2013/03/26/the-self-realization-of-edna-pontellier-and-her-personal-awakening-charted-through-the-geographical-locations-in-the-novel/

1850
1860
1870
1880
1890
1900
Publishes
The Awakening
Marries
Oscar Chopin
Mother
dies
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