A Psychoanalitical Approach in Studying The Phenomenon of Rebellion in Divergent Novel by Veronica Roth

Authors

  • Kasimova Adiba Nosirovna Senior teacher of the department of Translation Theory and Practice Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages
  • Savrieva Nargiz Rustam kizi Student of Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages

Keywords:

Divergent, faction, Id, Ego, Superego, Erudite, Dauntless, Abnegation

Abstract

The aim of the article is to show the rebellion of Tris, the protagonist of the novel Divergent by Veronica Roth. The object of the study is to analyze the novel based on the psychoanalytic approach, which considers the id, ego and superego of Tris. The results of the study lead to the following conclusions. First, the structural analysis shows that the character and characterization, setting, plot, style, and theme of the novel are connected as a whole. Secondly, based on the psychoanalytical analysis, the novel shows that the main character Tris has psychological problems. The main character’s psychological problem causes a conflict of her mental state. It then develops into her ambition and turns into a rebellion against the Erudite faction. Her ambition is directed against the Erudite opinion that “Divergent” is dangerous.

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https://www.jstor.org/stable/3788645

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Published

2024-01-22

How to Cite

Kasimova Adiba Nosirovna, & Savrieva Nargiz Rustam kizi. (2024). A Psychoanalitical Approach in Studying The Phenomenon of Rebellion in Divergent Novel by Veronica Roth. International Journal of Language Learning and Applied Linguistics, 3(1), 95–99. Retrieved from https://inter-publishing.com/index.php/IJLLAL/article/view/3358