Consider the setting of chapter 1. Explain in detail aspects of the setting including weather, emotional temperament, etc. How does this contribute to the tone of the novel?
Read about the following philosophical theories found in
"Crime and Punishment"
Read the INTRODUCTION as well as Chapters 1-3
Dialectical Journals: Chart Everything, but especially the symbolism of the color yellow, and the philosophies as defined above.
Analysis of the ID (And in Hulsey World...we say the I.D! :)
Analysis of the Ego
Analysis of the Super Ego
Discuss the ideology within the novel of the expectation of society vs the need of self. Is this, essentially, what destroyed Jekyll? Could it have been avoided?
One of Freud’s most important ideas was that the human psyche contains more than one aspect. He proposed that it is divided into three different parts: the id, superego, and ego. He also stated that each part develops at different stages of life.
Sigmund Freud Background Info
·Born in Frieberg, Moravia in 1856
·Greatly known as the father of psychoanalysis
·Was a physiologist, medical doctor, psychologist and influential thinker of the early twentieth century
·His concepts and theories about the human psyche, psychoanalysis, and the structure of the mind, still stands as the foundation of psychology and psychoanalysis today