What mother figure is behind the bold Tom Thumb? Hélène Bonnaud invites us to review the classics, not only of children's stories, but also our theoretical gimmicks. Psychoanalysts look for the woman behind the mother and it is "preferable" when this partition divides the maternal Empire. But the surprise here is that it is not a mother, but two, who eclipse each other in the feminine Empire... Submissive and coward women, or that do not want to see; or the art of forgetting about being a mother...
Hélène Bonnaud is psychoanalyst in Paris, AE in exercise, AME, Member of the ECF and the WAP. Author of the book L'inconcient de l'enfant, Navarin - preface written by Jacques-Alain Miller. She is a member of the Scientific Committee of the 44th Conference of the ECF.
Girls’ voices: Ines and Elia.
Tom Thumb by Hélène Bonnaud
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13:07 minutes | Audio in French | Recorded 17.09.2014