As I was digging around online today, musing on the level of winter weather we’ve had this year, I ran across an article on Hans Christian Anderson’s classic fairy tale, The Snow Queen.
The author of the article uses the fairy tale of the Snow Queen as a metaphor for depression. I won’t recount the story, but it is a very interesting interpretation.
It’s a great article. I often am intrigued by how regular themes of depression and anxiety appear in literature, even children’s literature.
Can any of the readers here think of any other fairy tales that may apply?