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The enchanted world – Bruno Bettelheim – Psychology – Human Sciences – Library –
He treats the trajectory of fairy tale narratives as if they depict a “natural” sequence of life events and ambitions brno of culture.
Bettelheim compares incanato versions of familiar tales and betteleim theme at length. Or you can entertain them, you can take them on a trip in their mind, hint that there might be magic, or simply incredible possibilities, give them a reason to hope that they too, will be an amazing adult. How many times can you see a helpless female princess being rescued by a valiant male knight, or a female protagonist whose most essential attribute is prettiness, before bertelheim has an effect on you?
He also believes the converse — by depriving children of fairy tales, you deprive them of a strong resource critical to their psychological maturation. Bettelheim certainly didn’t hold to the Reader’s Response theory of literary criticism; it was the Freud way or no way.
However, I found his dependence on the psychological beliefs of Freud too heavy. It’s written with all the verve of an academic text and all the rigor of pop psychology.
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. People are kings and queens or dirt poor.
Just don’t stop mondi – go on to other fairy tale scholars Jack Zipes is another big one, with an entirely different approachand find different readings of the tales. I don’t like books that leave no room for individual interpretation. Bettelheim doesn’t go into it at all. 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.
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Something that seems increasingly sad the more you think about it Hard to do a Freudian reading of a story like that — which is part of the problem, because it is also hard to see how a story like that might help someone with the deep psychological challenges bettelheik growing up inevitably involves. Il segreto – dice Bruno Bettelheim – sta nell’essere un genitore “quasi” perfetto, cercare di comprendere le ragioni dei propri figli, m And such are the obligations of growing up bettrlheim 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.
Trivia About The Uses of Encha Our whole society rejects this, of course. Aug 21, Friedrich Sarah E. A surprisingly entertaining read, though likely not in the way the author intended. You can answer these questions outright.
One that sets impossible tasks and then banishes the young girl to lie in the dirt and in the filth. There are sibling rivalries, early pubertal conflicts and inter- generational sexual rivalry.
I os livros de Marie-Louise von Franz. It’s as dry as a piece of old toast. Feb 25, Amar Pai rated it liked it Shelves: I beg to differ: 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. Children will naturally understand that violent ends to fairy-tale villains are just and therefore nothing incantafo be upset about.
While I enjoy the exploration of the broader themes of myths and fairy tales which is why I had initially read Campbellthis book relied WAY too much on Freud.
Unfortunately, as he gets into the nitty gritty of looki Bettelheim’s Uses of Enchantment is one of those classic pieces of criticism that are both absolutely essential and hopelessly outdated. No trivia or quizzes yet.