Csáth Géza lélektani novellái. 2. rész
The psychological narrative was distinctive type of Hungarian literature in the nineteenth- and twentieth-century.This paper investigates the psychological short stories of Géza Csáth, and presents the entire spectrum of techniques for portraying the mental lives of fictional characters. The Csáth’s short stories are presented specialty extreme acts (eg. child murder, matricide) and abnormal mental states (anxiety, paranoia). The writer has been trying to describe the psychological causes of strange acts.