Crisis and Self-Realization in Jack Hunt’s Novel Phobia and Anxiety

G S Vimal Gnanamani, C. Jothi


This paper contends that the investigation of psychoanalysis of characters during the pandemic significant piece of artistic examination. The world has seen various plagues and pandemics at various times. The pandemics have presumably made a tremendous effect on the social, social, and monetary fields, getting a change in human existence. Journalists and writers from different countries and societies have answered the pandemics, planning the times that they have seen and remarking on their unsafe encounters. Numerous fundamental books are composed on the difficult stretches of sicknesses and pandemics in which in some cases even fifty percent of a country or a city is crushed. The current world is gigantically impacted by COVID-19, which is a lethal infection supposedly spreading from China. The infection is killing a large number of individuals consistently, contaminating millions and seriously endangering the entire world. The essayists and artists of the contemporary world are likewise composing superb fiction and verse, answering the emergency and looking for approaches to mending and making due. Drawing on the extraordinary works created by the effects of the pandemic in various seasons of history, the paper investigates how people make due in the midst of such pandemics, look for ways of mending themselves, and study writing during the pandemic. The main purpose of this paper is to momentarily explain and remark on how the characters experienced the situation of the pandemic called Agora Virus in Jack Hunt’s novel Phobia and  Anxiety and how they struggled to survive during the worse situation and how they realised themselves during the crisis. By the end, every one realised who they are and what they mean to society.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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