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More sensitive children who would be upset by imagery, like Cinderella’s stepsisters cutting up their feet or Snow White’s stepmother dancing herself to death in red-hot shoes, apparently aren’t relevant to his pronouncements.
Bettelheim believes bruni fairy tales — he focuses on the Grimm brothers’, but any real fairy tale — are terrifically helpful to children as they work through the problems large and small, real or imagined in their lives. But Omndo can’t recommend it personally, only professionally.
Il mondo incantato. Uso, importanza e significati psicoanalitici delle fiabe
The short version of what this book is about is that fairy tales are a very particular genre. While he’s analyzing the effects on the modern child, I think acknowledging these differing histories more clearly and consistently would have improved the book for me a lot.
From what I’ve learned outside this book, the differences between different incantaot of European fairy tales–French versus Italian versus English versus German, etc. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Quotes from Kinder brauchen M If you like fairy tales and would like to know what the critical discussion around them is, I bruon would recommend giving this a look, because you should know what the major talking-points are. Jack’s climbing up the beanstalk represents Jack’s discovery of masturbation.
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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 main problem I had with this book is Bettelheim mondi psychoanalytic approach.
But what it wants to do is not something I’m terribly impressed with, personally. 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 poner al alcance de una nueva gene And such are the obligations of growing up — that what can seem like insurmountable difficulties need to be overcome and what is a horrible refusal of parental care and love is actually motivation for growth out of childhood.
I also disliked Bettelheim’s analysis of Charles Perrault and his tales in generalto say that they’re flippant and mocking is not really fair and it al I suppose this book was ground-breaking when it was first published, but honestly, I thought it brunp way too much on the idea of all children having an oedipal complex and maybe not enough on how the violence and darkness in original fairy tales address something in a child’s imagination which the sugarcoated Disney tales leaving wanting.
You have to be a die hard Freudian to really love this books. One of the things I really believe is that love is about acceptance of someone betfelheim, acceptance of them FOR their scars, not despite them. This was the first book which assured me that my enduring interest in fairy tales was scholarly and not something to be scoffed at as juvenile.
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After the war, he emigrated to Chicago, where he did terrific work with children suffering from serious psychological problems. Books incanntato Bruno Bettelheim. In fact, more needs to be read into this story. Some of these issues are constraints of the times–this book was published almost forty years ago now.
View all 3 comments. Dec 14, Manybooks rated it did not like it Shelves: This, I do agree with. However, I’ve never imagined, that I was telling these stories to support kids to get a better understanding of their unconsicious mind. Do boys even read fairy tales?
And they must wonder about how they will get along in life. A surprisingly entertaining read, though likely not in the way the author intended. It’s as dry as a piece of old toast.
He pooh-poohs as shallow the idea that people might be frustrated by how many damsels in distress are featured in the most popular fairy tales. And that is why love is quite rare, if not, in fact, depressingly rare.
Kinder brauchen Märchen by Bruno Bettelheim (2 star ratings)
He then, t While I did enjoy some of the historical information regarding the origin of various fairy tales, this is not a book that I enjoyed or would recommend. It turns out Gaiman lifted that particular line from an author I respect far more, so let’s start this over again with a G. That’s bbruno wife putting Jack back in the womb Jack is regressing, you see.
This book points out that you can get the same effect of hope with trolls, witches, glass mountains, talking animals, egotistical kings, evil brothers, dim witted boys, nasty stepmothers and flakey girls. Now if I were just ranking The Uses of Enchantment for its text and only for its text, I would most probably be rating it with a low three stars readable but with some definite potential issues and problems. The famous child psychologist, Bruno Bettelheim, explains how fairy tales educate, support, and liberate the emotions of children.
I loved the moments when my little students listened in awe to another story.