Psychological conflict in the novel Sense and Sensibility For Jane Austen

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Zine Khadidja, Dalal Ouachen


Says "Sigmund Freud" founder of psychoanalysis that anxiety is the one that occurs suppression, and that conflict is the cornerstone of this process, if we know some simplification that suppression is the exclusion of the unconscious of feelings, thoughts, emotional traumas or even painful incidents, excluded from the space of feeling to the space of the unconscious, the internal conflict results from the rejection of reality and lack of acceptance, and the conflict appears when the creators in the characters they employ and carry in turn the feelings of the creator and his pain and psychological conflicts, and from it we pose the problem: How did the psychological conflict between the characters of the novel Mind and Emotion manifest?

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