عنوان مقاله [English]
This article examines the role of anxiety in the behavior and actions of the main characters of the Wandering Island novel. The main characters of the novel, Hasti and Murad and Salim, have been studied in accordance with Karen Horne's theory; Which shows that loving, superior, and solitary individuals return to their original selves in all circumstances, but sometimes their emotions and sometimes their personal interests and perhaps sometimes their social status do not allow them to show that true face. He believes that there are conflicts, that is, anxieties and worries and fundamental contradictions between the three behaviors of personality. In fact, all people, both healthy and mentally ill, suffer from the conflict between these inconsistent trends. The characters of the Wandering Island novel are no exception to this rule and have inevitably experienced conflicts based on their childhood experiences. In other words, the triple personality of these people is inspired by their childhood, and in fact, childhood experiences are the basis for which dimension of the three personality traits, until the end of a person's life, leadership and executive power of the personality and. Affect it emotionally and psychologically. Internal conflicts, on the one hand, empower them, on the other hand, erode them, and on the other hand, lead them to society.
At the end of the story, Hasti achieves the same desire that she longed for in her heart. Murad undergoes a transformation and becomes a different personality, and Salim, like his name, surrenders to the social conditions that govern time. Thus, it can be said that in the novel The Wandering Island, according to Horne's theory, most of the characters fall into the same classification that dominates and dominates their character.