BIBLIOTHERAPEUTIC ROLE OF FICTION ABOUT CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES (on example of story "Blind Musician" by VG. Korolenko)
Keywords: bibliotherapy, fiction, correction, children with disabilities, psychiatry.
Annotation: this article describes the beneficial effects of reading on the health of children with disabilities; the main purpose of such reading is to promote the correction and the development of children during the process of reading fiction. To achieve this goal, the article describes the method of bibliotherapy. This is a psychotherapeutic method that uses literature as a form of correction of the patient's mental health. While reading fiction the patient begins to associate himself with the hero of the book and the situations in which he finds himself. As a proof of his treatment the author considers this problem on the example of V.G. Korolenko's novel "The Blind Musician" analyzing the dialogue between Pyotr Popelsky and his uncle. According to the dialogue it is possible to understand that the current problem in has already been explained earlier and had a correctional as well as educational effect on children with disabilities. Thus, it is important to consider "The Blind Musician" by V. G. Korolenko as a work that can be seen as a source of knowledge of the psychology of a child with disabilities as well as a source of the methods of psychological and pedagogical influence on children.
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