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The book has been a subject of controversy regarding possible plagiarism. The book is divided into two main sections. The first, "A Pocketful of Magic," outlines Bettelheim's thoughts on the value of fairy tales for children.

The second part, "In Fairy Land," presents psychoanalytical readings of several popular fairy tales, specifically:. Bettelheim presents a case that fairy tales help children solve certain existential problems such as separation anxiety, oedipal conflict, and sibling rivalries.

The extreme violence and ugly emotions of many fairy tales serve to deflect what may well be going on in the child's mind anyway. A child's unrealistic fears often require unrealistic hopes. And furthermore, "The Frog King" may be superior to modern sex education in that it acknowledges that a child may find sex disgusting, and this may serve a protective function for the child. In the U. Robert A.

Segal writes, "It is the disjunction between Bettelheim's up-to-date approach to fairy tales and his old-fashioned approach to myths that is striking.

The Uses of Enchantment has been cited as an influence in many subsequent works that utilise fairy tales in adult terms, including the Catherine Hardwicke film Red Riding Hood and the fantasy horror film Red Kingdom Rising. In the Winter edition of the peer-reviewed Journal of American Folklore , Alan Dundes , then a year veteran in the anthropology department at the University of California, Berkeley, presented a case that Bettelheim had copied key passages from A Psychiatric Study of Myths and Fairy Tales: Their Origin, Meaning, and Usefulness , rev.

Dundes states that Bettelheim engaged in "wholesale borrowing" of both "random passages" and "key ideas," primarily from Heuscher's book, but also from other sources.

Heuscher himself stated that he was not bothered by the disclosures. Georges, a professor of folklore at UCLA, states "it is clear he [Bettelheim] didn't do his homework. Julius Heuscher himself did not consider it a big deal.

He said, "We all plagiarize. I plagiarize. Many times, I am not sure whether it came out of my own brain or if it came from somewhere else. I'm only happy that I would have influenced Bruno Bettelheim. I did not always agree with him. But that does not matter. Poor Bruno Bettelheim. I would not want to disturb his eternal sleep with this. Dundes also states that his own article on Cinderella was borrowed by Bettelheim without acknowledgement. Jacquelyn Sanders, the director of the Orthogenic School at the University of Chicago in , said she did not believe many people would agree with Dundes's accusations.

She stated, "I would not call that plagiarism. I think the article is a reasonable scholarly endeavor, and calling it scholarly etiquette is appropriate.

It is appropriate that this man deserved to be acknowledged and Bettelheim didn't. But I would not fail a student for doing that, and I don't know anybody who would [ellipses in Chicago Tribune article]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Dewey Decimal. The Journal of American Folklore , Vol. Winter, : pages 74— Roark, Feb. B by Richard Pollak, Jan. National Book Critics Circle. Retrieved National Book Foundation. There was a "Contemporary" or "Current" award category from to Heuscher, illus. Heuscher, Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, publisher, April , pages. Chicago Tribune. Categories : non-fiction books American non-fiction books Books about psychoanalysis Books by Bruno Bettelheim Books involved in plagiarism controversies Books of literary criticism National Book Award-winning works National Book Critics Circle Award-winning works Psychoanalytic books Works about fairy tales.

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The book has been a subject of controversy regarding possible plagiarism. The book is divided into two main sections. The first, "A Pocketful of Magic," outlines Bettelheim's thoughts on the value of fairy tales for children. The second part, "In Fairy Land," presents psychoanalytical readings of several popular fairy tales, specifically:. Bettelheim presents a case that fairy tales help children solve certain existential problems such as separation anxiety, oedipal conflict, and sibling rivalries. The extreme violence and ugly emotions of many fairy tales serve to deflect what may well be going on in the child's mind anyway. A child's unrealistic fears often require unrealistic hopes.

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