نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی
عنوان مقاله [English]
Modern human’s effort is to achieve and manifest his desires and pleasure pushes him into an inner conflict. Social norms and regulations play a deterrent role in the achievement of pleasure, but, at times, the mirth-making id becomes so recalcitrant that tears loose of everything. Ebrahim’s Anxiety is the clash of two psychological structures of id and superego. The purpose of the story is embody the cultural autopsy of society, in order to show an image of the invisible aspects of reality to the reader. In modern novels, the inner reality is prior to the outer reality, therefore, Ebrahim’s Anxiety starts off with the inner conflict of the story’s protagonist and the expression of Shahryar Ebrahim’s fears and concerns. In this novel, Mirsadeghi portrays the desires and demands of the contemporary man in the turmoil between two revolutions. Freud’s view of human’s psychological structure is explored before reviewing and analyzing the novel. The main issues are discussed include scrutinizing the reflection of reality in the mind of the protagonist, his individualism, his isolationism and the analysis of his character relying on Freud’s theoretical framework. In this research, the protagonist’s character is analyzed based on Freudian views. There is no research like this in the works of Mirsadeghi.