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Critical Essay by Rob Saari

SOURCE: Saari, Rob. “‘Paul's Case’: A Narcissistic Personality Disorder, 301.81.” Studies in Short Fiction 34, no. 3 (summer 1997): 389–95.

In the following essay, Saari presents a psychoanalytic interpretation of “Paul's Case.”

Willa Cather's title “Paul's Case” (1905) invites us to ponder the question, “What exactly is Paul's Case?” Cather immediately informs us that Paul's case is mysterious. His own father is “perplexed” about his son's behavior, and the school faculty, who meet with Paul to discuss his recent suspension, speak of Paul with such “rancor” and “aggrievedness” that it is obvious that Paul's is “not a usual case&#x...

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