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İdeal Ego Ego İdeal'e Karşı: Poe'nun "The Imp of the Perverse" Hikâyesinin Lacanyen Bir Okuması
Cankaya University journal of humanities and social sciences
In Edgar Allan Poe's short story, "The Imp of the Perverse" (1845), the narrator/protagonist gives us his account of how he commits a murder, but he does not provide a fully defined, convincing reason for his vile action. He speaks like a commonsensical man when he philosophizes on "perversity" in a clinically distanced tone of voice. He makes inferences and highlights the implications concerning perversity. With the same tone of voice, he also gives the readers a cold-blooded account of how hedoi:10.47777/cankujhss.816538 fatcat:5qe5hn6gnzhcxdd2qxuvaobolu