The human brain is an extravagant organ as to how it controls every little muscle in the humans hand while they write an exemplary essay to large safety features to protect those from letting emotions run them into the ground.
The texts being connected are William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily”, published in 1930 , and Hugh Garner’s “One, Two, Three Little Indians”, published in 1963. Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” is of an elderly lady named Emily that lives a life where her childhood had been controlled by her after, leaving him to be the only male figure in her life. Garner’s “One, Two, Three Little Indians”is of a middle aged mine worker known as Big Tom who now lives as an attraction with his Native- American wife at a campground/ trailer park to feed and nurture their sick baby. Strong connections are presented between Emily, in Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” and Big Tom from Garner’s “One, Two, Three Little Indians”, for both exhibit multiple Psychoanalytic Defences, which ultimately result in tragedy.
Displacement is a critical aspect of the Psychoanalytic Lens, specifically in Emily’s house how, “in the second pillow was [an] indentation of a head. One [civilian] lifted something from it, and leaning foreword, that faint and invisible dust dry and acrid in the nostrils, [the civilians] saw a long strand of iron-tray hair.”(Faulkner 9) Emily lost her father, who she was so emotionally attached to, the town forced her to separate from him when death had come upon Mr. Grierson. Miss Emily has taken the life of Homer Barron and has hid his body until she herself has passed. Due to her extreme emotional connection to her father, Emily chose to murder Mr. Barron to help fill the hole left after she is forced to part from her father completely. Now Big Tom has plenty of stress and anger built up over the years that once his young child has died and he caught his wife being promiscuous “Big Tom bent down as if he was going to strike at Mary’s face with...
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