Wishfulfillment and Symbolism in Fairy Tales/Index

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ABASIA symbol
 
56
Adam and Eve
 
61
Adopted child phantasy
 
63
Adoration by Dürer
 
27
Afanassiew
 
17
Amor and Psyche
 
44, 50, 78
Anchor
 
26
Animals as symbols
 
28
Animal birth
 
56
Anunciation
 
61
Anunciation lillies
 
56
Anunciation of Virgin
 
54
Anthesterins
 
35
Apuleius
 
44, 50
Armida, nun in temple
 
7
Awl
 
68
 
BEAR, little
 
30
Beautiful Sesselja
 
69
Bechstein's collection
 
33
Bjorn Bragastakkur
 
67
Black dog
 
50
Bogi and Elsa
 
72
Brahman and serpent
 
57
Bride, forgotten
 
47
Bride, true
 
46
Brothers, two
 
76
Brown dog
 
44
Burning
 
30
Burning bush of Moses
 
35
Burning of skin
 
57
 
CAPTAIN of Köpenik
 
24
Carnation
 
54
Cat
 
55
Cinderella
 
15, 41
Clever Hans
 
23
Color symbols
 
26
Condensation mechanism
 
25
Construction of symbols in dream
 
29
Cora
 
60
Coreggios' mystic marriage
 
80
Cow Son of Storm Knight
 
52
Cross
 
26
Cruelty motive
 
76
Curse, Godmother's
 
53
 
DAME Halle
 
15
Daughter-father motive
 
66
Daughter-mother
 
62
Deficiency substitutes
 
14
Delirium, wish
 
10
Dementia precox
 
32
Dementia precox and object identification
 
9
Demeter
 
60
Desert fairy tale
 
21
Desert story
 
17
Dionysian feasts
 
28
Dionysian revels
 
34, 35
Displacement
 
51
Dog, black
 
50
Dog, brown
 
44
Double birth
 
56
Dragons
 
36
Dream analysis
 
4
Dream of prisoner
 
11
Dream soul
 
43
Dream work
 
28
Drudge of all Work
 
65
Dürer, A., adoration
 
27
 
ELSA and Bogi
 
72
Enchantment as sexual revenge
 
57
Enthymos
 
78
Erechtheus
 
35
Erogenous zones
 
51
Erotic basis
 
78
Eve
 
60
Eve and Adam
 
61
Eye of God
 
26
 
FACETIOUS nights
 
68
Fairy tale, wish structure
 
12
Fast of Montanus
 
40
Father-daughter motive
 
66
Father persecution
 
65, 66
Fertilization symbol
 
60
Finnur
 
70
Fire
 
30, 57
Fire-engine
 
57
Fish symbol
 
52
Flower feasts
 
36
Forest
 
30
Forgetting
 
49
Forgotten bride
 
47
Forms of wish structures
 
4, 11
Foundling phantasy
 
63
Francis of Assisi
 
35
Free Masons
 
24
Frog King
 
37
Frost, the
 
17
Fruitfulness symbols
 
40
Fylgia
 
42
 
GOD, eye of
 
26
Godmother's curse
 
53
God's blessing
 
58
Goethe
 
12
Gold children
 
55
Gottfried Keller
 
5
Gradiva
 
6, 49
Grandeur, ideas of
 
9
Grumbling ox-man
 
46
 
HAGENSCHWANZ
 
31
Hallucinations and teleology
 
35
Hay shocks
 
52
Hazel Branch
 
39
Hearn, Lafcadio
 
7
Helga, peasant daughter
 
68
Hildur and Jonides
 
48
History of Wassilissa
 
59
Holy Ghost symbol
 
54
Hysteria analysis
 
31
Hysteria and symbolism
 
31
Hysteria and transposition
 
51
 
IDENTIFICATION with object
 
9
Impregnation symbol
 
54, 56
Infantile immorality
 
62
Infantile material
 
62
Infantile rivalries
 
62
Infantilism
 
51
Ingibjörg
 
50
Introduction
 
1
Isol
 
47, 48
Isota
 
47
Ivan
 
75
Ivan Cow Son
 
52
Ivan Czarevitch and Bjely Poefjanin
 
76
Ivan from the Pea
 
59
 
JACK in Luck
 
23
Jensens, W. Gradiva
 
6
Jonides and Hildur
 
48
 
KING Throstle-Beard
 
72
Kisa
 
55
Kiss, false
 
47
Knights, three
 
58
Köpenik, captain of
 
24
Kokoro
 
7
 
LARK, singing
 
41
Larvæ
 
36
Leg symbolisms
 
56
Lemures
 
36
Letters as symbols
 
26
Lillies
 
56
Little Bear
 
30, 58
Little Hazel Branch
 
39
Little Snow-white
 
63
Little Tear Jug
 
12
Little Turnip
 
58
Love a toxemia
 
49
Love potion
 
49
 
MAINADES
 
35
Manes
 
36
Manwolf
 
43
May sports
 
41
Moses and serpent
 
34
Mother-daughter
 
62
Mother-in-law
 
79
Mover of mountains
 
58
Mustachio
 
58
Mythological digression
 
36
 
NEUISLÄNDISCHE Märchen
 
13
Nikita the tanner
 
75
Nun in Temple of Armida
 
7
Nuts as symbols
 
40
 
OBJECT identification
 
9
Oda and serpent
 
33
Offa
 
68
O-Toyo
 
7
Overcoming rival
 
49
Overdetermination
 
62
Owl's heads
 
28
Ox-man, grumbling
 
46
 
PARADIGMS
 
32
Peasant daughter Helga
 
68
Peasant's son and queen
 
70
Persecuted beauty
 
78
Persecution motive
 
65, 66
Personification in symbols
 
27
Pharaoh's dream
 
55
Plough symbols
 
40
Poetic phantasy and dreams
 
5
Pomegranate
 
60
Poseidon
 
35
Post horn
 
24
Potion, love
 
49
Prince bewitched
 
44
Prison psychoses
 
11
Proud Queen
 
71
Prudent Princess
 
17
Psyche and Amor
 
44, 50
Psychotic mechanisms
 
5
 
QUEEN and peasant's son
 
70
Queen, the proud
 
71
 
REALITY surrogates
 
11
Revenge, sexual
 
57
Riddle
 
72
Rittershaus, A.
 
13
Rival, sexual
 
49, 65
Rivalry, infantile
 
62
Russian fairy tales
 
17
 
SACRIFICE, virgin
 
79
St. Catharine, mystic marriage
 
80
Samson's birth
 
54
Scales
 
26
Schwind, Moritz v.
 
11
Serpent and Brahman
 
57
Serpent and Moses
 
35
Serpent and Oda
 
33
Serpent and sexuality
 
34
Serpents as symbols
 
28, 34
Sesselja
 
69
Seven
 
55
Seven eague boots
 
14
Seven Ravens
 
62
Sexual cruelty
 
76
Sexual motive in fairy tales
 
65
Sexual revenge
 
57
Sexual rival
 
50
Sexual significance of serpent
 
34, 36
Singing lark
 
41
Shroud
 
13
Shrove-tide customs
 
40
Skin, burning of
 
57
Sleeping beauty
 
38, 54
Snake, white
 
63, 72
Soul
 
42, 43
Spyri, Johanna
 
6
Stepmother
 
62
Stepmother in tales
 
15
Storm Knight
 
52
Straparola
 
56
Substitution in symbols
 
34
Surrogate for reality
 
11
Susanna v. Klettenberg
 
35
Symbol construction in dream
 
29
Symbolic substitution
 
34
Symbolism
 
24
Symbolism in hysteria
 
31
Symbolism of fairy tale
 
33
Symbols, ambiguity of
 
25
 
TELEOLOGICAL hallucinations
 
35
Tear Jug, Little
 
12
Teleology of dream structure
 
13
Thirteen
 
54, 62
Three
 
33, 39, 52, 55, 78, 79
Three knights
 
58
Three languages
 
23
Throat symptoms
 
52
Thousand and one nights
 
76
Tobias
 
72
Transposition in hysteria
 
51
Transposition upward
 
51
Tristram
 
47
True bride
 
46
Turnip, Little
 
58
Twelve brothers
 
62
Twelve caskets
 
62
Two brothers
 
76
Two soldiers' son
 
75
 
UPROOTER-OF-OAKS
 
58
Upward transposition
 
51
 
VENUS, mother-in-law
 
79
Virgin sacrifice
 
79
Vitæ offæ
 
68
Vogelweide, W. von T
 
6
 
WASSILISSA with golden braid
 
59
Werwolf
 
43
Whipping with twigs
 
40
White snake
 
72
Wish delirium
 
10
Wish structures
 
4
Witches
 
43
Words as symbols
 
26