Year: 1989 Source: American Journal of Psychoanlysis, v.49, no.3, (Sept. 1989), p.211-224 SIEC No: 19900399

Presents a lengthy discussion of the character Quentin Compson, who is portrayed in Faulkner’s “Absalom, Absalom” as both loving & hating the South & who later completes suicide in “The Sound & the Fury”. A Horneyan interpretation attempts to show that he tries to cope with a “potentially hostile world” by developing 3 incompatible solutions. (9 ref)