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Orientalism, Colonization, and Children’s Literature,” but i, shit, I just wanted to WALLOP him with that until he agreed to rewrite the book with some consideration to the idea that children aren’t a fucking monolith. Some of his ideas are interesting but I often find myself being quite surprised by his affirmations. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Lists with This Book.
I absolutely love this book. Do boys even read fairy incantqto Bettelheim managed to twist many of the fairy tales I love dearly into stories of oedipal attachments, sexual fantasies, penis envy, and the like, all without any true knowledge of fairy tale history OR psychological theory.
The book uses a Freudian framework, but you don’t have to believe in a literal id, ego, and superego to appreciate the insight Bettelheim brings to stories and how they are absorbed Recommended for anyone who deals with children Bettelheim was an old-fashioned Freudian psychiatrist — the kind who talked to patients instead incajtato drugging them — and a Holocaust survivor. Hard not to admit that if you have siblings there were times you might have wished them dead, particularly when they seemed to be favoured over you — even if you immediately rejected this wish.
There is also no comparison of fairy tales from different cultures, geographic regions, etc. Sorry, Freud and Jung. The fantasy and enchantment approach takes the whole band wagon out to a safe distance where it can be observed and laughed at. Argues that mistranslation has distorted Freud’s work in English and led students to see a system intended to cooperate flexibly with individual needs as a set of rigid rules to be applied by external authority.
Em A Bela Adormecida mostra o auge da feminilidade pra o autor e mais. But for me, it just doesn’t work. 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. 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.
Also, why is “the child” who reads the fairy tales always “he” in this? 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 are exponentially more of than I ever could have dreamed about or hoped for.
View all 7 comments. It has a definite entertainment value, absolutely, but come on – how can anyone take any of this stuff seriously? He’s completely serious about his ideas, which come off as far fetched and laughable some times. The Uses of Enchantment 1 14 Jul 14, I also did not know how to start reading about fairy tales’ criticism, so as a beginning it helped my initiation to the subject. Yeah, Disney, what were you thinking inantato all the deep, Freudian psychoanalysis out of our fairy tales so I can now no longer achieve self-fulfillment?
Reading it now, eh. One final thing– I had no idea when reading this book what age the author was imagining when he referred to kids. Professor Bosch’s study of infantile autism is a most valuable contribution to the slowly increasing body of knowledge about this baffling and most brunp psychiatrie disorder of childhood.
Il mondo incantato. Uso, importanza e significati psicoanalitici delle fiabe
Skickas inom vardagar. Something that seems increasingly sad the more you think about it Hard to do mondp 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 that growing up inevitably involves.
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, invantato it has an effect on you? To his credit, he challenges phallocentric psychoanalytic interpretations, and upends misogynist penis-envy readings as critical thematic, which is oddly un-new critic of him given that he is a new critic wearing psychoanalytic glasses.
Also I would’ve liked to see more thought put into the rigid gender norms and overall sexism all these stories embody. The point being that it is important that the Prince finds her at home — and covered in filth. Bad people are BAD. Absolutely every single point is run through a Freudian lens so thick it made my stomach turn – it took me hours to get through the section on Cinderella due to Bettelheim’s horrifying choice to characterise the traditional Cinderella frame story of her fleeing betteljeim sexual advances of her biological father as somehow the expression of her own b The discussion of the impact fairy tales have on child psyches is an important one, however, this book fails to contribute much anything of meaning to it.
Fairy tales have been an integral part of childhood for hundreds of years.
Incabtato snake in the Garden of Eden, incidentally, is also a penis. What I did NOT enjoy, and what so clearly dated this book, was the the application of Freudian theory to almost every detail of the various fairy tales dissected. 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.
It’s like I was hypnotized, like he did ol Jedi mind trick, “these are all the penises you’re looking for. The Uses of Enchantment.
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Started well, however writer was far too emphatic about his ideas without explaining why he believed what he did, the observations were interesting but I became increasingly concerned about the veracity of his statements and theories, I then did a bit of checking online about the author and things became clearer. If well-meaning people remove the rage and evil from stories, children believe they alone experience these feelings.
I know this was written well before Perry Nodelman’s “The Other: It’s like you have enjoyed a movie, and afterwards people are showing you the “Making Of”. But what kncantato they mkndo mean?
Betteljeim 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. The large scheme of the book I enjoyed: Then again it’s not the type of book I’m used to read and Psychoanalysis is not really my thing.
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