Marcelo Veras proposes a contemporary reading of Little Red Riding Hood, a tale that does not seem to have great interest for girls, today. The 21st century opens a new way of thinking the relationship mother-daughter and, in general, to think the feminine matter, in another way. What to do with the female semblances in a world where girls do not let themselves be fooled by an increasingly sillier wolf.
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Marcelo Veras is psychoanalyst in Salvador de Bahia, AME of the EBP and member of the WAP. He is DEA in Psychoanalysis from the University of Paris 8, and has a PhD in Psychology from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He is the current General Director of the EBP.
Little Red Riding Hood, beyond Oedipus?
By Marcelo Veras
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8:57 minutes | Audio in Portuguese | Recorded 17.09.2014