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An introduction to children's literature

著者: Peter Hunt
出版商: Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994.
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Children's literature is a remarkable area of writing: it is one of the roots of Western culture, enjoyed passionately by adults as well as children. Its characters - Cinderella, Pooh Bear, Biggles, the Wizard of Oz - are a part of most people's psyche, and form a link not only with childhood, but also with basic myths and archetypes. This book provides a concise history of British children's literature, focusing  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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所有的著者/提供者: Peter Hunt
ISBN: 0192192612 9780192192615 0192892436 9780192892430
OCLC号码: 28675977
注意: "An OPUS book"--P. [i].
描述: viii, 241 p. ; 23 cm.
内容: 1. Approaching Children's Literature --
2. History and Histories --
3. The Early History of Children's Literature --
4. Maturity, 1860-1920 --
5. The Long Weekend, 1920-1939 --
6. Equal Terms: 1940 to the Present --
7. Uses and Abuses, Themes and Variations --
8. Conclusion: Stalking the Perfect Children's Book --
A Chronology of Children's Literature.
责任: Peter Hunt.
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Provides a history of children's literature, and relates it to everything from censorship and criticism to education and realism. Children's literature is one of the roots of Western culture, enjoyed  再读一些...

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'A very welcome, succinct and enjoyable introduction.' Jane Doonan, The School Librarian, 42(4) November 1994

 
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