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Q: Publications of Freud's psycho-analysis of Little Red Riding Hood

Arash HowaidaI have heard that Freud wrote at length on the Grimm Fairy Tale: Little Red Riding Hood, highlighting all the suggestive themes and symbolism and "id-like" interpretations. However, I was not able to find any publications on Amazon. I then tried some basic internet queries and found little bits a...

 
 
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Q: Is Half-Dane (Healfdene) in Beowulf half Danish and half Swedish?

WolfRevokCatsClearly he is a Danish king. Does the "Half-Dane" indicate that he is half Swedish?

 
 
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@bobble That answer has been edited.
 
 
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5:13 PM
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Q: Pheasant hunting and manual transmission driving

Tiger12506I am looking for a book that I read when I was very young, probably early elementary school in the 90s. I recall it had something to do with pheasant hunting. I think there was an emergency, or the adult got lost, and a young boy mustered the courage to figure out how to drive a manual transmissi...

 
 
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6:57 PM
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Q: Book about kid with unhealthy father realtionship

Harry IguanaI read a book before a long time ago about a kid (named axel, axis something like that) who was a brilliant young kid attending a school with older people. I don't remember much, except that he crossdressed as a disguise with a wig and even used toilet paper to mimic the female genitalia. Eventua...

 
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Q: Critial Humor about modern/bourgeoisie Society

JonnyPythonI'm looking for an author who ridiculed modern society, bourgeoisie lifestyle like decadence and feelings of superiority to the poorer masses. It should also be a social critique embodied in this humor. Thorstein Veblen seems a bit like that because of his theory that rulers wanted by all means t...

 
@Bookworm Off-topic, but you're looking for Pratchett
 
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Q: Short story about trading shares of people as financial instruments

Kevin LiA few years ago I read an excellent short story that I've been looking for ever since. Here's what I can remember: In this story's world it was common for people to sell shares of themselves (or shares of their future income) on the financial markets, like how companies sell shares of stock. The ...

 

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