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Great writers have intuitively known everything what psychology could prove clinically and scientifically. A Psychoanalytically and Psychodynamically Oriented Study is a stimulating introduction to a new interdisiciplinary approach in literary criticism linking psychology and literature.In this issue analysis would be done psychodynamically from Freudian, Jungian, and perspectives from Ego Psychology. Content and dynamic analysis of poetries and stories would be highlighted. Finally parallals would be sited and creative processes of poets and writers would be ascertained by a highly valued trancformation of the poets’ desires, needs, anxieties, and defences through a process of sublimation within the cultural contexts of their creations