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But fairy tales are a safe place where such guilty secrets can by played with and learnt from. But the annoying thing is, every once in a while, this crazyhead says something strangely apt.
He’s completely serious about his cuuentos, which come off as far fetched and laughable some times. Dec 16, Fran rated it it was amazing Shelves: Nov 27, Trevor rated it it was amazing Shelves: No trivia or quizzes yet. I know this was written well before Perry Nodelman’s “The Other: 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?
Our whole society rejects this, of course.
The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales by Bruno Bettelheim
This book is an important stepping-stone on the path of fairy tale scholarship, and should be read for that reason if you’re interested in the subject. And that is why love is quite rare, if not, in fact, depressingly rare.
I have learned, in reading about how to re 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. Certainly these do exist, but I suspect that fairy tales are even more flexible than Bettelheim gives them credit for.
Problem is we have no way to verify other than to take his word for it. View all 8 comments. However, I found his dependence on the psychological beliefs of Freud too heavy. I really liked the book since it was so informative on the subject of fairy tales and how they can be beneficial to children. Haads os livros de Marie-Louise von Franz.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. But what it wants to do is not something I’m terribly impressed with, personally.
One of the things I really believe is that love is about acceptance of someone else, acceptance of them FOR their scars, not despite them. While parts of this book were interesting and I agree with Bettelheim’s argument as a whole, and I accept that this text is dated by now, I honestly feel that other parts, well, I could have written them myself Heavily Freudian, but a teaspoon of salt will help the Bettelheim go down.
The short version of what this book is about is that fairy tales are a very particular genre. There is very little ambiguity to them — at least, not on the surface. He gained an international reputation for his views on autism and for his claimed success in treating emotionally disturbed children.
Oh, and the dwarfs in Snow White? I suppose this book was ground-breaking when it was first published, but honestly, I thought it focused 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.
Fairy tales do not give the child his first idea of bogey. Recommended for anyone who deals with children Bettelheim was an old-fashioned Freudian psychiatrist — the kind who talked to patients instead of drugging them — and a Holocaust survivor.
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.
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For what it wants to do, it succeeds. More tools Find sellers with multiple copies Add to want list. Before you grab pos 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, that you are really reading him or her stories about fathers and daughters and mothers and sons, and their vaginas and penises.
The author here says that the Prince is revolted by the blood from the ugly sisters because it makes the sexual allusions all too clear, and like Cinderella, this is a rite of passage for him too towards being prepared for sexual love.
If you like fairy tales and would like to know what the critical discussion around them is, I actually would recommend giving this a look, because you should know what the major talking-points are.
Although, after reading this book, I suspect that one of the major audiences for fairy tales really ought to be adults. Bettelheim believes that 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.
Psicoanalisis de Los Cuentos de Hadas
It’s as dry as a piece of old toast. And whenever Bettelheim is analyzing those tales, he seems to be on firmer ground. 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 also shows a lack of research, given that Perrault was a man, posing as a woman Mother Goose and writing in a genre dominated by womenwho he counted as his colleagues.
One that sets impossible tasks and then banishes the young girl to lie in the dirt and in the filth.