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Paul’s Case
Pg 134- 1-8

1) Through the critical approach through the eyes of a clinicians case study, I examined the protagonist, Paul, and his source of conflict, or the antagonist, society. In this story, society can be defined as his father, Cordelia Street and all those who lived there and held him down. The protagonist is introduced to the reader as a trouble maker who’s gotten kicked out of school. The first hint we get that something might be wrong with the protagonist, is when the teachers remembering Paul’s dislike for physical contact, and shielding himself from lectures and constantly looking out the window. The next piece of information the reader receives is that, “Paul is always smiling, always glancing about him...and has forced animation in his eyes.” The provides the reader with a continuing sense that something is wrong, perhaps depression, or an anxiety disorder. The protagonist continually loses himself to his own mind, and when he hears music of any sort, he feels, “a sudden zest for life... he forgets,” and after the music ends, “his irritableness returns.” When the protagonist feels the need to return home, he feels nervous, anxious, and, “more absolutely unequal.” Paul seems to fear the wrath of his father, and is terrified to wake him up, for fear what the consequences will be. The protagonist is also afraid to approach his father with very simple questions. But then we’re given the knowledge that Paul gets the spark for life, “much more quickly from music.” Paul just wants to, “float on the wave of it, to be carried out, blue league, away from everything.” The protagonist then travels to New York City and Paul states, “he realized that he had always been tormented by fear, a sort of apprehensive dread...” The protagonist then spends the next 8 days, “living the life that he was always meant to live.” In the beginning of the story, Paul does not like living in the grunginess of his home and revels in the life he’s... Show More

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