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Psicoanalisis de los cuentos de hadas Bettelheim B. Our whole society rejects this, of course. Bettelheim’s Uses of Enchantment is one of those classic pieces of criticism that are both absolutely essential and hopelessly outdated.
More tools Find sellers with multiple copies Add to want list. Your order is also backed by our In-Stock Guarantee! There is very little ambiguity to them — at least, not on the surface. 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. 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.
If you can get past the outdated Freudian theory, this book is a fascinating examination of fairy tale motifs and how they help children come to terms with sibling rivalry, fear of abandonment, and other anxieties children face on the road to maturity.
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.
Jack’s climbing up the beanstalk represents Jack’s discovery of masturbation. You should read to a child what they love and expose them to many different types of literature. I have read that, in This was the first book which assured me that my enduring interest in fairy tales was scholarly and not something to be scoffed at as juvenile.
Until then, I have been blissfully unaware of the psychological depth of fairy tales and how a lot of major literary psicooanlisis are inspired by them. Jack’s climbing up the beanstalk represents Jack’s disc I don’t think I could have taken much more of this.
The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales
Mar 30, Nicole rated psicoanliiss really liked 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.
All the penises you could ever possibly want! It would seem that all fairy folk tales as he calls them are telling us on a subconscious level how to grow up to become bettelhejm mature and have good sex lives. I have read that, in the years since this book’s publication, Bettelheim’s analysis has been questioned. Want to Read saving….
In this event, there may be a slight delay in shipping and possible variation in description. However, after Bruno Bettelheim’s death init has been suggested and also now been pretty much proven without a doubt that he callously plagiarised from colleagues and that even many of his supposed academic credentials were in fact at best misrepresented and fudged a bit.
This was the first book which assured me that my enduring interest in fairy tales was scholarly and not something to be scoffed at as juvenile. Fairy tales do not give the child his first idea of bogey. 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.
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 it has an effect on you?
We’re sorry – this copy is no longer available. We have nightmares and we catch ourselves desiring what we can barely bring ourselves to admit to. There is a lot of useful analysis and history, and there are some really lovely passages about the universality and applicability of fairy tales.
Lists with This Book. Bettelheim is clearly knowledgeable and has studied fairy tales for quite some time. And therefore, and for me personally, Bruno Bettelheim is absolutely and no longer in any manner an individual I can even remotely academically respect especially since it has also been revealed that Bettelheim was often both physically and verbally abusive to the students he was teaching at his Orthogenic Schooland The Uses of Enchantment will and can from now on only ever be considered a one star book for me, and one to only consider as at best rather majorly problematic and as an example of how NOT to write an academic tome of literary or of any type of analysis.
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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. That’s psicoanlisiw wife putting Jack back in the womb Jack is regressing, you see. Bettelheim compares various versions of familiar tales and discusses theme at length. Be the first to ask a question about The Uses of Enchantment.
But the annoying thing is, every once in a while, this crazyhead says something strangely apt. However, I found his dependence on the psychological beliefs of Freud too heavy. How can I have been taken in by this?? To ask other readers questions about The Uses of Enchantmentplease sign up. According to his analysis, most fairy tales boil down to sex Freud! Feb 25, Amar Pai rated it liked it Shelves: The Uses of Enchantment.
Some of these issues are constraints of the times–this book was published almost forty years ago now. View all 7 comments. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Apr 29, Katherine Sas rated it really liked it Shelves: I can appreciate some of the stories he tells about the way people relate to stories, even if the psychoanalysis behind it is laughable at times. It is compulsively readable. The famous child psychologist, Bruno Psicoanllsis, explains how fairy tales educate, support, and liberate the emotions of children.