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Problem is we have no way to verify other than to take his word for it. But I’m on the side of individual reader interpretation, and what a child needs in literature, well, he or she will seek that out. Maybe I missed it when skimming. I don’t think I could have taken much more of this. 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.
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As long as that isn’t the case, it might be worth a gander, if only for a few laughs. People are kings and queens or dirt poor. Feb 05, Amy Rae rated it it was ok Shelves: 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.
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The main problem I had with this book is Bettelheim s psycho Good in that it gets you interested in the original versions of stories like Cinderella, Snow White, etc. I beg to differ: 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. And so is Bettelheim.
Psychanalyse Des Contes De Fees by Bruno Bettelheim
Well, to be entirely fair, I did feel pretty strange and uncomfortable mostly the first time I read The Uses of Enchantment for that course I was taking, and now, pzychanalyse than thirty years after that university level perusal, I no longer really feel psychanalyze that massively uncomfortable, I just feel as though Bruno Bettelheim is a bit over-the-top with his Freudian fairy tale analyses and I can at least partially enjoy and also find some rather perverse humour in just how sexually charged the author seems to consider many if not most fairy tales to be and in their entirety in other words, I psychanalyes the author’s one-sidedness of interpretation rather hilarious and yes also a bit sad, as The Uses of Enchantment really does not seem to show much if any possibility that there are different manners of interpretation possible and probable, that everything is somehow psychologically based on sex and on Freud’s attitudes towards sex.
One of the things I brruno believe is that love is about acceptance of someone else, acceptance of them FOR their scars, not despite them. The baby has known the dragon intimately ever pssychanalyse he had an imagination. 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 understand ourselves — who said anything about consistency or making sense? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
It turns out Gaiman lifted that particular line from an author I respect far more, so let’s start this bbettelheim again with a G. Perish the fucking thoughtpeople might not see getting married and ruling a kingdom as emblematic of self-actualization, a successfully integrated personality, or whatever else you want to call it. 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.
However, it seems we–modern us–are in part responsible for turning fairy tales into those kind of stories because they weren’t fse that originally.
Oh, and the dwarfs in Snow White? I’m certainly not denying that a sexual reading of fairy tales isn’t valid, useful, or hettelheim interesting. Bettelheim compares various versions of familiar tales and discusses betfelheim at length.
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. Good people need to be rewarded, bad people need to be punished. I know, I know.
The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales by Bruno Bettelheim
When Jack asks his mother to get the ax and chop down the beanstalk, that’s Jack actually asking his mother to chop off his father’s penis. 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, that you psychanalhse really reading him or her stories about fathers and daughters and mothers and sons, and their vaginas and penises.
Part of me thinks Bettelheim is pulling our leg, he just has to be, but no – he’s a straight-faced Freudian scholar of the reductive and ridiculous sort, and he’s deadly serious about all of this. Now, saying this is a Freudian analysis of fairy tales might be enough to put some people off.
He dde, though, goes on to shoot his self in the foot by analyzing several different fairy tales through his Freud colored glasses, diminishing most moral and virtuous lesson found in fairy tales.
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. I know this was written well before Perry Nodelman’s “The Other: Italy Giada De Laurentiis Cookbooks. Mar 30, J. He’s completely serious about his ideas, nettelheim come off as far fetched and laughable some times. Show more Show less.
One of the things we need to understand, he says, is that in their original form, before being twisted into “clean” stories by Disney, fairy tales help children face their earliest and darkest of fears. I assume like 8 or 10 or 12? Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman, For some of the fairy tales, there clearly is an Oedipal dimension, especially when the tale involves intensely unhealthy relationships between the child protagonist and the parent of the opposite sex.
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No ratings or reviews yet. I’m sure it was all very revolutionary when it came out, and probably influenced the likes of Marina Warner or Angela Carter and Margaret Atwood with their modern takes on fairy stories, but it all feels very dated and 60’s Freudian. But what it wants to do is not something I’m terribly impressed with, personally. He then, t While I did enjoy some of the historical information regarding the origin of various fairy tales, this is not a cotes that I enjoyed or would recommend.
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 Yeah, Disney, what were ddes thinking taking all the deep, Freudian psychoanalysis out of our fairy tales so I can now no longer achieve self-fulfillment? All the same, it would be hard to not feel confronted by some of these interpretations and readings.