Don Jose of Merimee’s Carmen

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While the nature of these two sets of phrases differ, i.e. ”compadre”, ”laguna ene bihotzarena–companion of my heart” at the beginning versus “canary”, “lillipendi” near the end; they all play, as Freud would say, on Don Jose’s id, failing to be governed by his super ego, thus creating an ego, a self-image that fails the expectations of the norm that is society...
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Don Jose even admits this fact in his telling of the story to the author (p.24, 40). Moreover, the triangle consisting of Carmen, Garcia and Don Jose is an Oedipal construct in the classical sense; Carmen the mother, Garcia the authority (on Carmen) and Don Jose, the challenge with libidinal intentions towards Carmen...
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