Ego Identity in The Cloven Viscount
<Tab/>Whenever the Viscount was split in half, his "good side" was separated from his "bad side." In Freudian terms, his id and superego became independent of one another. The "Bad One" seeks only self-gratification, while the "Good One" takes self-sacrificing societal ideals of behavior to an extreme. Intensifying the behaviors of the "Good One" and the "Bad One" even more is that the Viscount no longer has an ego to mediate between the two personality constructs, since they are now virtually independent of one another.
<Tab/>Upon coming back from the Crusa…
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