International Journal of
English and Literature

  • Abbreviation: Int. J. English Lit.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2626
  • DOI: 10.5897/IJEL
  • Start Year: 2010
  • Published Articles: 257

Hesitancy as an innate flaw in Hamlet's character: Reading through a psychoanalytic lens

April-June 2020 - Vol 11 Num. 2

This paper concentrated on hesitancy as a character's flaw from the Freudian psychoanalysis focal point. Hamlet's uncertainty is especially identified with his natural complex which frames his oblivious love for his mom and his lethal abhor for his dad. Freud's ideas of man's concealed want for...

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Hesitancy as an innate flaw in Hamlet's character: Reading through a psychoanalytic lens

April-June 2020

Abdul Mahmoud Idrees Ibrahim  

The contribution of Freud’s theories to the literary analysis of two Victorian novels: Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre

April-June 2020

Giuseppe Giordano

Semantic roles in Ruluuli-Runyala

January-March 2020

Atuhairwe Amos

Deconstructing postcolonial scopic regimes: The subversion of power imaginaries in the novels of Ngugi wa Thiong’o and Sony Labou Tansi

January-March 2020

Gilbert Ndi Shang

“What a Lark! What a Plunge!” The influence of Sigmund Freud on Virginia Woolf

June 2019

Heather Roetto  

March 2012

Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic theory Oedipus complex: A critical study with reference to D. H. Lawrence’s “Sons and Lovers”

Sofe Ahmed

November, 2014

Looking at ‘Modern India’ IN Mark Tully’s NO FULL STOPS IN INDIA and NON- STOP INDIA

Sikhamoni Gogoi

November, 2014

The taxonomy of Nigerian varieties of spoken English

Oladimeji Kaseem Olaniyi

November, 2014

Canonization of Chinese literature in the English-speaking world: Construction, restrictions and measures

Ping Li

November, 2014

Migration, disillusionment and diasperic experiences in Segun Afolabi’s Goodbye Lucille and a Life Elsewhere

Ugwanyi Dele Maxwell

April 2010

Abilities and disabilities of literature

Mohammad Khosravi Shakib

April 2010

‘Young Goodman Brown’: The close lane

Naim Ezghoul and Malek Zuraikat

November 2010

Another country not my own: Crossing disciplinary borders, forging alliances within the framework of a (communication across the curriculum) CAC initiative in the sciences

Ingrid McLaren

November 2010

Pausing preceding and following to in to-infinitives of Obama’s G-20 summit speech in London: Read vs spontaneous speech

Bilal Genç, Yonca Özkan and Erdoğan Bada

January 2011

Epistemological and moral implications of characterization in African literature: A critique of Patrick Chakaipa’s ‘Rudo Ibofu’ (love is blind)

Munyaradzi Mawere