Cognitive Behaviourism and Reversal Between the Past and the Present in Anna Quinn’s The Night Child

  • M Kasirajan Assistant Professor, Department of English and Foreign Languages, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India
Keywords: Psychological Breakdown, Past Turning into a Gift, Reminiscences, Literature and Psychology

Abstract

“The past isn’t dead, it isn’t ever past” – Willium Faulkner The relation among psychology and literature is bilateral. Human’s soul makes the literature and literature nourishes a human’s soul. Both psychology and literature perform the same essential in know-how any literary piece due to the fact they each pass hand in hand. The human psyche is largely related with reminiscences of any kind. The latest novel ‘THE NIGHT CHILD’ is masterfully written into the darkish recesses of an abused woman’s thoughts. Anna Quinn writes the touchy situation as she exposes the protagonist’s heart, thoughts and soul. This paper specializes in the cognitive mental evaluation of the paintings of artwork ‘THE NIGHT CHILD’ of ways Nora, the protagonist receives tormented by her beyond early life reminiscences within side the gift which even results in a mental breakdown.

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2020-12-22
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Kasirajan, M. (2020). Cognitive Behaviourism and Reversal Between the Past and the Present in Anna Quinn’s The Night Child. Shanlax International Journal of English, 9(S1-Dec2020), 19-20. https://doi.org/10.34293/english.v9iS1-Dec2020.3606
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