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Analytica: Revista de Psicanálise

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BALDIN, Talita; SANTOS, Kátia Alexsandra dos  and  VIDAL, Paulo Eduardo Viana. The paternal metaphor and the triad R-S-I in the novel a Morte sem Nome, by Santiago Nazarian. Analytica [online]. 2018, vol.7, n.12, pp. 133-143. ISSN 2316-5197.

A morte sem nome addresses the story of Lorena, a woman who lives to kill herself. Between the deaths of the character, Lorena, come ideas, thoughts, clarifications about the character and their relationship with the Other. In her quest for herself, Lorena finds herself torn between a teenager, a waiter, a shopkeeper and a rapist. By the richness of content, the literary work can be analyzed in the light of Psychoanalysis, especially with regard to the paternal metaphor and the records R-S-I, of Lacan. Taking this into account, this work aims to explain the three elements described and argued by Lacan, articulating them through the literary work. Once this was done, it was possible to penetrate the psyche of this subject and to feel more closely the delicate consequences of non-development, or a problematic development, of the moment of the mirror stage in the life of a subject. The R-S-I relationship is brought into evidence and could be reflected in more detail in the Symbolic plane, in which language allows abstract and consistent relations, metaphorical and metonymic, always taking into account the dramatic history of Lorena.

Keywords : Psychoanalysis; Lacan; Names-of-father.

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