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This research paper focuses on exploring the id in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises (1926). From Freudian prospective, id, ego and superego are three parts of human psyche or mind. The id or pleasure principle is dominant throughout the novel. The instinctive and impulsive urges of the id ruin the ego and superego of the characters. As the characters strive to forget the traumatic past of the war, they indulge in excessive pleasure as free sex and excessive alcoholism. The deep trauma of wardoi:10.33195/jll.v2ii.159 fatcat:2y5nzgvp3ndlffaf6du56rntdu