Lisbeth Salander, heroine of Stieg Larssonas The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and its sequels, is one of the most compelling, complex characters of our time. Is she an avenging angel? A dangerous outlaw? What makes Salander tick, and why is our response to heraand to Larssonas Millennium trilogyaso strong? In The Psychology of the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, 19 psychologists and psychiatrists attempt to do what even expert investigator Mikael Blomkvist could not: understand Lisbeth Salander. ac What does Lisbethas infamous dragon tattoo really say about her? ac Why is Lisbeth so drawn to Mikael, and what would they both need to do to make a relationship work? ac How do we explain men like Martin Vanger, Nils Bjurman, and Alexander Zalachenko? Is Lisbeth just as sexist and as psychopathic as they are? ac What is it about Lisbeth that allows her to survive, even thrive, under extraordinary conditions? ac How is Lisbeth like a Goth-punk Rorschach test? And what do we learn about ourselves from what we see in her?The X-Men wear black leather, too (at least in films), as do other superheroes such as the Punisher. Salandera#39;s costume also consists of body piercings, tattoos , and a coif that together scream aGotha and dona#39;t inspire the sense of security that tights and a ... Salander knows that people make inferences about her; she chooses to dress that way because she wants people to form a certain impression of her.
|Title||:||The Psychology of the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo|
|Author||:||Robin S. Rosenberg, Shannon O'Neill, Lynne McDonald-Smith|
|Publisher||:||BenBella Books, Inc. - 2013-08-21|