Recensione sul volume di G. Salonia (a cura di), La vera storia di Peter Pan. Quando un bacio salva la vita. Cittadella, Assisi(2016)

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The book captures the background hermeneutic in which circumscribes the world of "adultescents" today and children "not kissed" by their reference adults. Who is Peter Pan? He asks first curator of the text, revealing the identity of a child did not grow, and especially the reasons why her growth has stopped, oriented rather towards the world of the fairies, flight and enchantment. Starting from this background, the volume raises the psychopathological model of Dan Kiley (1983) on the Peter Pan Syndrome (Men who have never grown up), to a psicoevolutiva reading which is reformulated after listening to the children and especially welcomed the sense of their discomfort emotional.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)126-126
Number of pages1
JournalPSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITÀ
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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