Fukuchi, Curtis
March 1987
Studies in Short Fiction;Spring87, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p148
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Focuses on the treatment of the narrator in the short story 'Morella,' by Edgar Allan Poe. Suggestion that the narrator fears his wife because of the passion she arouses; Establishment of the narrator's emotional and sexual repression; Protagonist's replacement of his female with his own creation.

Tags: MORELLA (Short story);  POE, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849;  REPRESSION (Psychology) in literature;  GUILT in literature;  SHORT stories


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