Psychological Thoughts in Sivasankari's novel Chinna Noolkkanda Nammai Siraipaduthuvathu
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Psychology has found its way into various fields today. The need for psychology is so well recognized that there are no fields without psychology. Its diversity can be known as educational psychology, clinical psychology, business psychology, political psychology. Psychology is related to the subconscious mind of man and its functioning. Although there are various research efforts such as psychology and literature today, it can be said that they are not yet complete according to the concepts and frameworks proposed by psychologists such as Freud, Jung and Lacan in relation to art literature. In that way, it is the need to examine the literature on the basis of psychological concepts. The main purpose of this study is to explore the psychological thoughts in Sivasankari's novel. Also, this article is a literature that reflects the daily life of the people. Psychological thoughts are revealed in this article. Psychological research helps to understand the attitudes and moods found in the literature. It is only through such studies that the universality of the world can be known and the truth that "subconscious consciousness" is applicable to the literature will be revealed. Along with that, the scientific ideas embedded in the literature can also be brought out.
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