The problem raised in this study is how the emotional classification of Nathan's character in the novel Dear Nathan by Erisca Febriani: Study of David Krech's Perspective. This study aims to describe the emotional classification of Nathan in the novel Dear Nathan by Erisca Febriani: David Krech's Perspective Study. This type of research is a qualitative descriptive study. This study uses written data obtained from observations of Nathan's character in Erisca Febriani's Dear Nathan novel that reflects the emotional classification of David Krech's perspective. The data source in this study is Erisca Febriani's Dear Nathan novel published by Best Media in 2016 with 520 pages. The data collection method used in this research is to use literature study and note-taking techniques. The data in this study were analyzed using data analysis techniques by identifying, classifying, analyzing, and concluding. The results of this study indicate that there are seven emotional classifications of David Krech's perspective on Nathan's character in Erisca Febriani's Dear Nathan novel. This emotional classification is the concept of guilt, buried guilt, self-punishment, shame, sadness, hatred and love. The most dominant emotional classification in Nathan's character is the classification of hate emotions, while the weak emotional classification in Nathan's character is the emotional classification of the concept of guilt. It is hoped that this research can become input in researching and developing research relating to David Krech's perspective of emotional classification theory.