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Certainly these do exist, but I suspect that fairy tales are even more flexible than Bettelheim gives them credit for. You feel as though he’s using one set of fairy tales to explain another. Jack’s climbing up the beanstalk represents Jack’s disc I don’t think I could have taken much more betteleim this.
We have nightmares and we catch ourselves desiring what we can barely bring ourselves to admit to. Just 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. It’s not quite what I expected, and it is heavy with the child psychology!
The short version of what this book is about is that fairy tales are a very particular genre.
What fairy tales give the child is his first clear idea of the possible defeat of bogey. However, it seems we–modern us–are in part responsible for turning fairy tales into those kind of stories because they weren’t like that originally.
Then again it’s not the type of book I’m used to read and Psychoanalysis is not really my thing. As long as that isn’t the case, it might be worth a gander, if only for a few laughs. This one came highly recommended to me from, I don’t know, being alive. 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.
Sorry, Freud and Jung. This one certainly seemed to be.
On the other hand, the Freudian interpretations did allow for some serious lulz, as did the author’s many asides on how stupid people are to hate fairy tales and refuse to read them to their children when did this happen?
My boys, surprisingly, loved the fairy tales Mohdo started reading to them some time ago.
Il mondo incantato
Bettelheim missed the Welsh tale of Sir Gawain and the Loathely Lady, in which it is the bride who is loathesome and monstrous. For what it wants bettelheom do, it succeeds.
The Uses of Enchantment: Through years of observation of myself, I realize that my own actions unconsciously affect my feelings about myself and or, hence my feelings and expectations about others, and without conscious effort these feelings can go uncontrolled.
The famous child psychologist, Bruno Bettelheim, explains how fairy tales educate, support, and liberate the emotions of children.
Here, check this out: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The publisher should be flogged Bruno Bettelheim was an Austrian-born American child psychologist and writer.
The brnuo learns that his evil part will be overcome by his goodness, that his helplessness, his sundered, alienated inner princess, will find the other half he longs for, his inner prince, he learns that he may be lost and alone in the hairy forest but it is just there that he may find the stream whose waters turn his hair to gold.
From what I’ve learned outside this book, the differences between different groups of European fairy tales–French versus Italian versus English versus German, etc.
The loss of a parent, the transfer of affection from the inner familiar circle to outside friends, the uncertainty of what awaits in the future for us. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. However, I found his dependence on the psychological beliefs of Freud too heavy. Oh the places you will go! Are all psychiatrists obssessed with sex? In fact, unlike bsttelheim the real world, no penis is ever going to be insignificant. Heavily Freudian, but a teaspoon of salt will help the Bettelheim go down.
There were times when I would have been sure it was written in the s. Freud and Man’s Soul: Much of what he writes Ugh. His points about 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.
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And it wasn’t so incxntato that I disagreed with everything he had to say about fairy tales, because I DID learn a lot of fascinating things. There are sibling rivalries, early pubertal conflicts and inter- generational sexual rivalry. If well-meaning people remove the rage and evil from stories, children believe they alone experience these feelings.
Tootle liked to play with flowers, but it was very important that bettellheim been kept on the right track could a metaphor be more laboured?
The Uses of Enchantment. Miklos Nyiszli was spared from death for gruno grimmer fate: 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.