An Analysis of Shelley’s Love

Guanghan LI

Abstract


Shelley was renowned for his romantically passionate poems, and his controversial personal life and characteristics remain a butt of argument. From the perspective of personality psychology, this essay examines some of the crucial critiques and works of Shelley, suggests that Shelley may be a candidate for histrionic personality disorder.


Keywords


Shelley; Free love; Personality disorder; Histrionic personality

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