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Open Preview See a Problem? 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. I’m actually not longer sure why this book was on my To Read list, although I’m guessing it might betttelheim come up while reading one of Joseph Campbell’s books.

Much of what he writes Ugh. In any case, there is a reason was as influential as it was, and remains essential today.

The problem here is ds 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. Orientalism, Colonization, and Children’s Literature,” but holy 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. Apr 05, J. This really was a very impressive book, but there were more than enough penises, repressed Oedipal complexes and castration fears to make a couple of dozen Woody Allen films.

But the annoying thing is, every once in a while, this crazyhead says something strangely apt.

It is compulsively readable. Fairy tales do not give the child his first idea of bogey. The number three in fairy tales is always a reference to the penis with its two testicles.

In this book Bettelheim explores how deeply significant these seemingly out-of-touch with the present world stories are for children’s development. 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.

We humans are in constant danger of believing that we are monsters. However, I found his dependence on the psychological beliefs of Freud too heavy.

Apr 29, Katherine Sas rated it really liked it Shelves: Heavily Freudian, but a teaspoon of salt will help the Bettelheim go down. There are a lot more recent interesting books on both fairytale analysis and child development out there. Nov 27, Trevor rated it it was amazing Shelves: If you like fairy tales and would like to know what the critical discussion around them is, I actually would recommend giving this a look, because you should know what the major talking-points are.


However, this does not unfortunately appear to have been the case with Bruno Bettelheim, as in his The Uses of Enchantment he almost verbatim uses entire passages from especially Julius E. Good in that it gets you interested in the original versions of stories like Cinderella, Snow White, etc. Bruno Bettelheim was an Austrian-born American child psychologist and writer. Saldainis, o ne knyga.

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 was looking for something that would give me more information on the history and development of fairy tales. 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, more than thirty years after that university level perusal, I no longer really feel all 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 find 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.

Such is the jealousy of mother to a daughter seeking to take her place.

The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales

It would’ve been good to have some idea. Bettelheim is a famous psychologist who worked a lot with children. I assume like 8 or 10 or 12?

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 beg to differ: I have learned, bettelheimm 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.

If well-meaning people remove the rage and evil from stories, children believe they alone experience these feelings. One that sets impossible tasks and then banishes the young girl to lie in the dirt and in the filth. 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.


All you need bettflheim do is get the key details of the story from Wikipedia, then you can take it from picoanlisis. Now there are bettelhein tale studies by the dozen, and many are fascinating: Bettelheim doesn’t go into it at all. I also did not know how psicoqnlisis start reading about fairy tales’ criticism, so as a beginning it helped my initiation to the subject.

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He hates the edited, tidied up, sweet versions of the tales: It was assigned for my Storytelling class, otherwise I would’ve dropped it after the introduction. The book uses a Freudian framework, but you betttelheim have to believe in a literal id, ego, and superego to appreciate the insight Bettelheim brings to stories and how they are absorbed by children.

Dec 24, Mallory rated it it was ok Shelves: This book is an important stepping-stone on the path of fairy tale scholarship, and should be read for that reason if you’re interested in the subject.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. 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.

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Are you a frequent reader or book collector? On the other hand, the Freudian interpretations did allow for some serious lulz, as did the author’s many asides on how stupid people are to hate hzdas tales and refuse to read them to their children when did this happen?

I don’t like books that leave no room for individual interpretation. 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.

Look, this book has historical importance, and I won’t deny that. Recommended for anyone who deals with children Bettelheim was betelheim old-fashioned Freudian psychiatrist — the kind who talked to patients instead of drugging them — and a Holocaust survivor. Bettelheim believes that fairy tales — he focuses on the Grimm brothers’, but any real fairy tale — are terrifically helpful to children as they work through the problems large and small, real or imagined in their lives.