A Suicide Letter is a dynamic story close to the reality of human lives. It is based on the psychology of sex generally accepted by most psychologists particularly those following a psychoanalytic line of thinking propounded by Sigmund Freud. A Suicide Letter is a story of two adults that have suffered long sexual and love deprivation, they have been deprived of love. Shan, the heroine, was married to a senior police officer of CPO cadre. Though he was a tough person, he failed to provide Shan the needed amount of love, dignity and sexual satisfaction.
The author has woven a vivid tale of a couple in search for a stable foundation for their emotional, spiritual and physical salvation. There are several intimate scenes in the novel that could make a mature reader understand the ‘Freudian Psychology’ of Psycho-sexual needs of senior citizens inhibited by societal compulsion that finally leads to the suicide of the heroine, Shan, after the accidental death of the hero, Harchand. The plot revolves around the vivid description of circumstances where protagonist is deprived of love this leads to an affair and then maturing between Shan and Harchand.
Prof. C. N. Daftuar
President of Academy of Applied Psychology of India
Ex-HOD M.S. University of Baroda
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About the Author
Brigadier Kartar Singh Birar (Retd) has been Pro-Vice Chancellor of University of Patanjali for over three year and officiating VC for one year. He has been VC of Shridhar University Pilani for two years, He holds five post graduations alongwith M.Phil and fellowship programme in ‘Emotional Intelligence’. He has served the Indian Army for 34 years and has held important command, instructional and staff appointments. He is dagger Defence Services Staff College wellington, commanded a line of control Brigade and has been Brigadier-in charge Administration of the Punjab Corps.
He is life member of Academy of Applied Psychology and a leading consultant in Health Psychology, Psychoanalytic problems and Psycho-sexual problems.