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Book Psychology, The Meaning of Fairy Tales, 1976

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Book Psychology,The meaning of Fairy Tales.,The Uses of Enchantment, by Bruno Bettelheim. C.R. 1975,1976. Pub. by Random House. ISBN 0-394-72265-5. 310pp. Notes, Biblio,Index,

Author winner of The National Book Award and The National Book Critics Circle Award. "A charming book about enchantment, a profound book about fairy tales." John Updike.

Reviews back cover; "An indispensable handbook for those concerned with child development and children's literature, and fascinating reading for anyone interested in human psychology. Literary Journal.

A splendid achievement, brimming with useful ideas, with insights into how young children read and understand, and most of all overflowing with realistic optimism and with an experienced and therapeutic good will. Harold Bloom, The New York Review of Books.

Book is in good condition. Softcover, shelfrub. Text is clean, no marks, stains or tears.
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Book Psychology, The Meaning of Fairy Tales, 1976


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: paper, ink
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