INTERPRETATION OF FAIRY TALES - An ANTHROPOSOPHY THEOSOPHY WALDORF PERSPECTIVE 1986
THE INTERPRETATION OF FAIRY TALES, by ROY WILKINSON.
Published by Henry Goulden, West Sussex, England, second printing, 1986. ISBN: 0904822133.
Wrappers / Softcovers, 5.5x8 inches, 67 pages.
GOOD condition, there is a small droplet stain to the cover's top edge and top of the spine, a bookstore price sticker from 1991 on the rear cover (price blacked out), otherwise the book and all pages are tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A solid, presentable copy.
From the Publisher: ******The reality of the fairy stories lies in the fact that their content portrays soul experiences, cosmic truths, the process of the individual's development, the elemental world, folk wisdom, and apocalyptic imaginations. These reports, however, are not couched in conceptual language, but in imaginative pictures. A whole world of spiritual scientific knowledge is contained in them. This book interprets thirty-nine popular fairy tales from an Anthroposophical point of view.******
Hansel and Gretel: Descent to Earthly Incarnation;
Mother Holle: Reincarnation and Karma;
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Evolving Man;
The Elves and the Shoemaker: Helpful Elementals;
Little Red Riding Hood: A Christian Mystery;
The Golden Goose: Spiritual Guidance;
Rumpelstiltskin: Evil Redeemed;
The Valiant Little Tailor: Developing Spiritual Perception;