Goose Girl, Self-concept, thinking errors, young adult, stories, development
This paper delves into the psychology behind a beloved Grimms Brothers story as retold by Shannon Hale. What makes the story so timeless? The development of the main character as she grows into her own skin and overcomes her thinking errors makes this book attractive for YA audiences who are going through similar issues.
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Perkins, Elizabeth R., "The Goose Girl: The Importance of Understanding Self-Concept" (2016). All Student Publications. 158.
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