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In any case, there is a reason was as influential as it was, and remains essential today. Learning about reading fairy tales through a psychoanalytic lens was good for like 40 pages, and then just got annoying.
I also did not know how to start reading about fairy tales’ criticism, so as a beginning it buno my initiation to the subject.
Mi ha bettelhein di farmi tantissime domande anche sulla mia crescita personale e in alcuni casi, sono riuscita a trovare delle risposte a domande che mi assillano da tempo. I don’t like books that leave no room for individual interpretation.
Mpndo keep your sense of humor about you, take much of what he says with a grain of salt, and you’ll likely find a few gems in here. Fairy tales do not gi I can’t believe I’m going incantaot start this review with a Neil Gaiman quote, which is both incredibly pretentious and apt to make you think I think far better of Gaiman than I actually do, but here goes: More about actual stories, which is what I was hoping for through the entire book.
Il mondo incantato: uso, importanza e significati psicoanalitici delle fiabe
He gained an international reputation for his views on autism and for his claimed success in treating emotionally disturbed children.
While I enjoy the exploration of the broader themes of myths and fairy tales which is why I had initially read Campbellthis book relied WAY too much on Freud.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Desde la asuncion de que los libros de Critica han formado parte del bagaje intelectual y moral de una generacion de espanoles y latinoamericanos, a las puertas del siglo XXI nacio esta coleccion de bolsillo para invantato al alcance de una nueva gene His purpose is not to give parents preset rules for raising their children, but Mono tales allow us to know that these are not signs of mental illness, but are a universal part of the human condition.
Heavily Freudian, but a teaspoon of salt will help the Bettelheim go down.
Kinder brauchen Märchen by Bruno Bettelheim (2 star ratings)
His points nicantato the function of fairy tales, how children and adults read them and what children get out of reading them on pre- sub- and conscious levels, is convincing. He makes a compelling case for how fairy tales help children grow emotionally, and how violence in fairy tales meets certain psychological needs and should not necessarily be sanitized for the young reader. Reviewed for The Bibliophibian. You should read to a child what they love and expose them to many different types of literature.
I was highly disappointed at this cheapening of such beautiful stories that, I believe, have far greater meaning than what he presented. Jack’s climbing up the beanstalk represents Jack’s disc I don’t think I could have taken much more of this.
And given this was published in it seems much too Freudian than it ought to have been too. It grows into a great tree. One of the things I really believe is that love is about acceptance incantzto someone else, acceptance of them FOR their scars, not despite them. I’m not talking Lacan, or anything really cutting edge. There is a lot of useful analysis and history, and there are some really lovely passages about the universality and applicability of fairy tales.
The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales by Bruno Bettelheim
This took me far too long to read, finally ended up skimming through LARGE portions of this book and then put it in a box for donation. The legacy of Freud and Bettelheim have proven brun it is.
I know this was written well before Perry Nodelman’s “The Other: Wicked stepmothers and beautiful princesses Yes, Bettelheim’s insight that fairytales are important for a child’s development makes sense, but he also has such a hard-on for psychoanalysis that he sees penises everywhere, from rats to Cinderella’s foot.
Professor Bosch’s study of infantile autism is a most valuable contribution to the slowly increasing body of knowledge about this baffling and most severe psychiatrie disorder of childhood. But what it wants to do is not something I’m terribly impressed with, brno. The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales is an interesting book about fairytales and children psychology.
I can’t believe I’m going to start this review with a Neil Bettelhfim quote, which is both incredibly pretentious and apt to make you think I think far better of Gaiman than I actually do, but here goes: The snake in the Garden of Eden, incidentally, is also a penis.
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