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samimi S, Aadelzadeh P, Pashaie K. Psychoanalysis of personality of "Whhab" in the novel "Khaneh Edrisiha"(The House of the Edrisians) based on early maladaptive schema emphasizing on Jeffrey Young approach. LIRE 2022; 19 (75) :23-30
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In this study, the character of Wahab in the novel "House of the Idrisians" has been investigated based on the theory of Jeffrey Young. The character of Wahab is analyzed based on the early maladaptive schemas and it is shown how the early maladaptive schemas affect Wahhab's perception of himself and others and how control Wahhab reaction to the environmental events. This article has tried to identify the most important causes of incompatible schemas in the character of the Wahhab and to determine which incompatibility schemas are more pronounced in Wahhab character. The method of this research is descriptive-analytical and the research data have been investigated using content analysis and documentary method. The results showed that the most important causes of the emergence of incompatibility schemas in Wahab are carelessness and neglect of her since his birAth, thus the most important emotional need, which includes the need for security, stability, love and acceptance, has not been satisfied in him. Among the five main schematic domains divided by Young, the second aspect" autonomy and impaired functioning" is more significant in the character of Wahhab and this aspect has emerged in the character of Wahab in the form of" dependency and undeveloped self, entangled and defeated".
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Contemporary Literature/ Story / Novel
Received: 2020/08/15 | Accepted: 2021/05/10 | Published: 2022/04/30

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