Get this from a library! Psicoanálisis de los cuentos de hadas. [Bruno Bettelheim]. Get this from a library! Psicoanálisis de los cuentos de hadas. [Bruno Bettelheim; Silvia Furió]. Psicoanalisis de Los Cuentos de Hadas by Bruno Bettelheim, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Bettelheim missed the Welsh tale of Sir Gawain and the Loathely Lady, in which it is the bride who is loathesome and monstrous. The problem here is that the moral of the story ought to be left a bit unclear because the same story can mean very different things to the same child at different times while growing up.
What the fairy tale provides for him is a St. Once he does start using historical context in his analyses, he rarely touches on the history of the stories’ use–who told them, where, why, etc.
However, a lot of what he wrote was pretty interesting, even if I disagreed.
Psicoanálisis de los cuentos de hadas
Bettletheim ha scelto, dalla sua esperienza di terapeuta, The number three in fairy tales is always a reference to the penis with its two testicles. 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. Whose Boat Is This Boat?
The main problem I had with this book is Bettelheim s psycho Good in that it gets you interested in the original versions of hettelheim like Cinderella, Snow White, etc.
All the same, it would be hard to not feel confronted by some of these interpretations and readings.
Bettelheim believes that American ghetto children would benefit from this kind of experience in preference to the at best partial help of present programs designed to accelerate educational progress for the deprived.
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.
And it wasn’t so much that I disagreed with everything he had to say about fairy tales, because I DID learn a lot of fascinating things. 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.
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. Not because of the castration myths or even that Little Red Riding Hood is really about a young girl exploring the dangerous side of her sexuality. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Maybe I missed it when skimming. 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 jadas exponentially more of than I ever could have dreamed about or hoped for.
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We humans are in constant danger of believing that we are monsters. The shoe is a metaphor for a vagina. It grows into a great tree. Inventory on Biblio is continually updated, but because much of our booksellers’ inventory is uncommon or even one-of-a-kind, stock-outs do happen from time to time.
Perrault did not accept the fairy tale as an equal to the classics, but of course he was a 17th century academic, and he also defended fairy tales, their writers, and the common language against other academics of his time. I can’t believe I’m going to start this review with a Neil Gaiman quote, which is both incredibly pretentious and haeas to make you think I think far better of Gaiman than I actually do, but here goes: His purpose is not to give parents preset rules for raising their children, but It is compulsively readable.
This book psicoanlieis a nightmare to read.
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Jack’s climbing up the beanstalk represents Jack’s discovery of masturbation. All pages are pssicoanlisis, and the cover is intact. And whenever Bettelheim is analyzing those tales, he seems to be on firmer ground. View all 3 comments. Good people are GOOD. Still it’s interesting enough just to hear his thoughts on how children imagine giants and monsters to represent their inner demons.