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Una mirada desde la psicocrítica a "El Horla" de Guy de Maupassant.
Unable to destroy the supernatural Horla by setting the fire, he commits suicide. But what does it all mean? The following is a collection of symbolic elements found throughout the story:.
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The narrative is light, pleasant. It is only when the Horla begins to haunt him that the story takes a dark turn, changing the descriptions, and the narrator himself. On the other hand, the cold sweats and fevers are the physical representations.
Soon, the Horla begins to dominate the thoughts of the narrator, which symbolizes his alienation and his quetionable sanity. It is described later on as a vampire. When the narrator sets fire to the house, and the Horla still persists, the narrator realizes nothing can destroy the supernatural being.