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This study titled Narrator Xenophobia as seen in The Call of Cthulu by H.P Lovecraft: A Psychological Approach is a psychoanalytical analysis of Howard Phillips Lovecraft's The Call of Cthulu (1928), the study aimed to identify the personality of Francis Wayland Thurston, the main narrator of the story, xenophobia and self-defense mechanism issues and also figure out the characterization of this character. As a literary research, this study utilized the use of psychoanalytic criticism bydoi:10.37296/esci.v1i1.2 fatcat:y7kdzximkjdohp2qfv3qa6bozy