Passion, Humiliation, Revenge: Hatred in Man-Woman by Rina Lapidus

By Rina Lapidus

This booklet unearths the phenomenon in Russian prose during which a male protagonist reveals himself perpetuating a cycle of ardour, humiliation, and revenge inside of his relationships with girls. through interpreting the psychological and emotional nation of the male protagonist who reveals himself in a sexual state of affairs, Rina Lapidus explores how his ardour for a girl leads the fellow into an come across that reasons him humiliation and finally ends up eliciting a robust hope on his half to punish the girl who at first arouses his erotic feeling. The male protagonist directs his fury on the girl, looking vengeance as a result of the disgrace he has suffered.

Lapidus indicates how the guy sees himself as a hugely religious being and unearths it tricky to involves phrases together with his sexual nature. the writer argues that this denial of hope leads the guy to take out his frustration with himself at the lady, projecting all of his faults and guilt onto her. whilst the lady brings the male protagonist low, his thirst for revenge turns into a strong motive force in his existence that at last brings approximately his downfall. This ebook could be of curiosity to these learning within the components of Russian literature, psychology, and gender studies.

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