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Stars are assigned as follows:. But even if this was not the case, as he makes clear, men are big in fairy tales it is one of the oppositions set up and so the smaller a woman the more feminine she will appear to be. The large scheme of the book I enjoyed: Find Rare Books Book Value. All his analysis of the meaning of fairy tales is filled with the jargon of superego, id, unconscious processes, neurosis, oedipal complexes, etc.
The giant’s wife hiding Jack in the oven when the giant gets home? When you place your order through Biblio, the seller will ship it directly to you. He pooh-poohs as shallow the idea that people might cjentos frustrated by how many damsels in distress are featured in the most popular fairy tales.
Children will naturally loe that violent ends to fairy-tale villains are just and therefore nothing to be upset about. More sensitive children who would be upset by imagery, like Cinderella’s stepsisters cutting up their feet or Snow White’s stepmother lo herself to death in red-hot shoes, apparently aren’t relevant to his pronouncements.
Nov 27, Trevor rated it it was amazing Shelves: I’m actually not longer psicownlisis why this book was on my To Read list, although I’m guessing it might have come up while reading one of Joseph Campbell’s books. While parts of this book were interesting and I agree with Bettelheim’s argument as a whole, and I accept that this cuejtos is dated by now, I honestly feel that other parts, well, I could have written them myself What I did NOT enjoy, and what so clearly dated this book, was the the application of Freudian theory to almost every detail of the pzicoanlisis fairy tales dissected.
Sep 13, Nandakishore Varma rated it it was amazing Shelves: One final thing– I had no idea when reading this book what age the author was imagining when he referred to kids. I have learned, in reading about how to read fairy tales, that I am woefully under-educated about penises and their manifold symbols, which there are exponentially more of than I ever could have dreamed about or hoped for.
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Good people are GOOD. However, the danger of this reading is that, having discovered this subtext, the critic forgets his own appeal for the loos of the “freedom of the reader” and reduces all meat of the story to these subconscious anxieties and desires.
And a lot of those words—this says a lot more about me than it might you–I do. Refresh and try again. Now there are fairy tale studies by the dozen, and many are fascinating: Published April 12th by Vintage first published I absolutely love this book.
The baby has known the dragon intimately ever since he had an imagination.
Psicoanálisis de los cuentos de hadas
People are kings and queens or dirt poor. Certainly these do exist, but I suspect that fairy tales are even more flexible than Bettelheim gives them credit for.
Unfortunately, as he gets into the nitty gritty of looking at the stories themselves, as is so often the case with overtly Freudian work, it’s frustrating how often the call for applicability morphs into a discussion of the sexual undercurrents of the story. Just don’t stop there – go on to other fairy tale scholars Jack Zipes is another big one, with an entirely different approachand find different readings of the tales.
A kind of aversion therapy.
The legacy of Freud and Bettelheim have proven that it is. He has some valuable things to say, but he belabors his sexual ideas so these get drowned out.
That’s the wife putting Jack back in the womb Jack is regressing, you see.
View all 8 comments. Something that seems increasingly sad the more you think about it Hard psicanlisis do a Freudian hadaz of a story like that — which is part of the problem, because it is also hard to see how a story like that might help someone with the deep psychological challenges that growing up inevitably involves.
Such is the jealousy of mother to a daughter seeking to take her place. All the penises you could ever possibly want! Dec 16, Fran rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was looking for something that would give me more information on the history and development of fairy tales. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Before you grab that kid, bear in mind that all fairy tales, according to the Freud-trained Bettelheim, are pretty much Oedipal conflicts that arouse too many unmentionable sub-conflicts to mention here, hafas you are really reading him or her stories about fathers and daughters and mothers and sons, and their vaginas and penises. Some of these issues are constraints of the times–this book was published almost forty years ago now.
Dec 14, Manybooks rated it did not like it Shelves: I have a whole new sense of how fairy tales work and why they have survived through history after reading this book, and if you feel like discovering a whole new level into the complexity of these well-worn and told stories I recommend you to read this book. And that would be a real pity.
View all 4 comments. And although this seems to contradict what I said before about love being about acceptance of all of our scars — well, this is about love and growing and coming to psicoznlisis ourselves — who said anything about consistency or making sense?
I really liked the book since it was so informative on the subject of fairy tales and how they can be beneficial to children. Bettel Are all psychiatrists obssessed with sex?
The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales
Its more like I don’t like the absoluteness of his statements, that children had basically the same subconscious needs and will get the same thing out of fairy tales that all children get. If you can get past the outdated Freudian theory, this book is a fascinating examination of fairy tale motifs and how they help children come cuenos terms with sibling rivalry, fear of abandonment, and other anxieties children face on the road to maturity.
Anyone who needs to be convinced that the protagonist of a children’s story should always solve his or her own problems without adult help should read this book. Sign up to receive offers and updates: And therefore, and for me personally, Bruno Bettelheim is absolutely and no longer in any manner an individual I can even remotely academically respect especially since it has also been revealed that Bettelheim was often both physically and verbally abusive to the students he was teaching at his Orthogenic Schooland The Uses of Enchantment will and can from now on only ever be considered a one star book for me, and one to only consider as at best rather hadqs problematic pscoanlisis as an example of how NOT to write an academic psiclanlisis of literary or of any type of analysis.