The following series is based on one of the most popular yet underestimated subject or area of literature, Classic Nursery Rhymes. Like most children, I was also exposed to classical children’s literature and rhymes and was unconscious about the subliminal meanings of its disguised violent interpretations.
Later, when I began my research about its effects I realized, that the mind is subjected to perceptions that make room for subliminal understandings that most of the time happen without our consciousness. These perceptions can act either positively or negatively in shaping one’s personality or identity.
Subjects that subliminally induce negative perspectives have the potential to give rise to violence, and antisocial behavior. These Nursery Rhymes have been casting negative effects on the society for generations as it has always been an integral part of every child’s primary learning.
Through this work my main purpose is to highlight and resurface these violence that are breathing in these neoclassical versions of literature and are fed to the children subconsciously from their initial years.