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    interested in one of short story that created by Frank O’Connor entitled “My Oedipus Complex”. Therefore, I propose some discussion questions for helping me in analyzing that story, such as: 1.      Why does O’Connor tell this story from a first person narrator point of view? 2.      How does O’Connor...
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  • Oedipus Complex
    MY OEDIPUS COMPLEX (Frank OConnor) Author : Frank O'Connor (1903-1966) was a pen name of Michael O'Donovan, an Irish author of over 150 works, who was best known for his short stories and books of memoirs. Life: • Born in Cork, Ireland, he was an only child in a poor...
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  • My Oedipus Complex
    My Oedipus Complex In the story “My Oedipus Complex”, Frank OConnor writes about a little boy Larry and his relationship with his parents. Everything was fine when his father was away for war because Larry got all the attention and love from the mother. When the father returned from the war...
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  • My Oedipus Complex in the Perspective of Psychoanalysis: a Study of Sigmund Freud’s Theory
    case to us. In the short story, we could analyze the intention and emotion that the writers want to reveal through the sentences that their used. In this case, I’m really interested in one of short story that created by Frank O’Connor entitled “My Oedipus Complex” that I think it is really fit with the...
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    character’s thoughts, feelings, or understandings as much as this one character .In this case , the narrator gives and withholds information based on his/her own viewing of events. From the above explanation, we can see that in ‘’My Oedipus Complex’’ , connor use techning first person narrative...
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  • My Oedipus Complex Theme
    that created by Frank O’Connor entitled “My Oedipus Complex”. Therefore, I propose some discussion questions for helping me in analyzing that story, such as: 1.      Why does O’Connor tell this story from a first person narrator point of view? 2.      How does O’Connor manage the shift of mood of...
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    a lively discussion of point-of-view and bias as we compare and contrast the two works. Non-fiction readings are "The Oedipus Complex" by Sigmund Freud, excerpts from Aristotle's Poetics relating to mimeticism and tragedy, an excerpt from Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics relating to virtue, and "The...
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  • Comments on My Oedipus Complex
    Comments on My Oedipus Complex Michael O'Donovan was of Irish blood, and in the Irish culture, it was common to have a stronger bond with the mother than the father. Michael O' Donovan's life is the epitome of this statement. In fact, O'Donovan had a great hatred for his father, and it was only...
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  • An Analysis of the Personality Types of Characters in Selected Short Stories
    Pale Rider Katherine Anne Porter 3) Maria Concepcion Katherine Anne Porter 4) The Lady with the Pet Dog Joyce Carol Oates 5) My Oedipus Complex Frank OConnor 6...
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  • Father Son Rel in Phic
    us take a different perspective on life. The three texts, I have studied are Philadelphia here I come (PHIC) by Brian Friel, “Cinema Paradiso (CP) directed by and My Oedipus Complex and other stories by Frank O Conner. Each text looks at the theme of father-son relationship while some...
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    :..............A little month, or ere those shoes were old  ..............With which she follow'd my poor father's body,  ..............Like Niobe1, all tears:—why she, even she—  ..............O, God! a beast, that wants discourse of reason,  ..............Would have mourn'd longer—married with my uncle...
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    Summary of Oedipus the King Sophocles is considered one of the great ancient Greek tragedians. Among Sophocles' most famous plays are Oedipus the King, Oedipus at Colonus, and Antigone. These plays follow the fall of the great king, Oedipus, and later the tragedies that his children suffer. The...
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    Horse’ Roald Dahl: ‘The Hitch-hiker’ Liam O’Flaherty: ‘The Sniper’ Doris Lessing: ‘Flight’ Frank O’Connor: ‘My Oedipus Complex’ Note: the edition of Shakespeare which will be used by the Examiners will be the Alexander (Collins) edition, unless otherwise stated. It is not intended, however, that this...
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    : his hubris. A morally tinged understanding of hamartia such as this can and has been applied to the protagonist of virtually every Greek tragedy. For example, Peter Struck comments on Oedipus the King: The complex nature of Oedipus' "hamartia," is also important. The Greek term "hamartia...
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  • Thoroughly Modern Oedipus
    Cocteau's story, no doubt influenced by Freud. The dream-states of Oedipus and Jocasta dominate the third act. The concept of the Oedipus Complex which Freud first worked out in his classic Interpretation of Dreams became one of the cornerstones of his psychological system. He eventually came to...
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  • Comparison of Frank O'Connor Short Stories
    Marc D’Angelo Mr. Bohannon October 22, 2012 Essay: Comparison of Frank O’Connor’s Three Short Stories In the three short stories written by Frank O’Connor, he depicts the narrator’s relationship with family similar in his short stories. In all three short stories, “My Oedipus Complex”, “First...
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  • The External Conflict of the Story „My Oedipus Complex“by Frank O’conner
    The external conflict of the story „My Oedipus Complex“by Frank O’Conner? The story „ My Oedipus Complex „written by the well-known Irish author Frank O’Connor is a sacred narration of the youth and growing-up problem. There are three characters in the story: Larry - protagonist, his mother and...
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    Buffon to Bush” in B. OConnor (ed.), Anti-Americanism: History, Causes and Themes, Volume 2: Historical Perspectives, Oxford, Greenworld Wood Publishing. O’Hagan, Jacinta (2007), “Anti-Americanism, the West and the Transatlantic Rift”, in B. O’Connor and M.. Griffiths (eds.), Anti...
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  • "My Oedipus Complex" by Frank O'Connor
    "My Oedipus Complex" by Frank O'Connor "My Oedipus Complex" is a story about a young boy of 5, Larry, who grows up in his own safe world with just himself and his mother. He is attached to his mother and wants her to belong only to him and considers his father a rival for her attention. However...
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  • Frank O'Conner: My Oedipus Complex
    extremely prominent element in most of Frank O'Connor's writings and is often shown through different literary concepts such as conflict, characterization, and obsessive love. In writing “My Oedipus Complex”, O'Connor investigates the issue of jealousy through the various actions of his characters and...
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