Psychoanalytical Viewing of Citizen Kane
***The study of Charles Foster Kane's relationship with his mother and the subsequent consequences of their separation.***
Kane's insecurity as a result of the loss of his childhood innocence, is illustrated for his desire to "cash in his capital and turn it onto concrete objects". Thus diminishing his risk of suffering premature loss of things he is close to, and therefore causing further damage to his conscious and subconscious self.
Kane buries his traumatic loss (moment of separation from his mother). This is reflected in the sled's burial under the fall…
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