THE SIGNIFICATIONS OF WAR IN THE NOVEL KAMIKAZE MOZART BY DANIEL DE ROULET
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In this article our purpose is to analyze the significations of World War II for the fate of an individual in the novel Kamikaze Mozart by Daniel de Roulet. We refer to the psychological and social reasons of various kinds of war (conventional, civil, religious etc.) as we rely on the opinion of Sigmund Freud. We also mention the type of an asymmetric and hybrid war like contemporary conflicts.
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