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Change and renewal in children's literature

Change and renewal in children's literature

Author: Thomas van der Walt; Felicité Fairer-Wessels; Judith Inggs
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2004.
Series: Contributions to the study of world literature, 126
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

In the growing field of children's literature theory in criticism, this volume presents critical international perspectives on changes and innovation in this discipline.


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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas van der Walt; Felicité Fairer-Wessels; Judith Inggs
ISBN: 0275981851 9780275981853
OCLC Number: 902414308
Description: 208 p.
Contents: Introduction Renewing Stories of Childhood: Children's Literature as a Creative Art by Rosemary Johnstone When Everything Old is New Again: Aboriginal Tests and the Politics of Renewal by Clare Bradford Space and Race in Contemporary South African English Your Literature by Judith A. Inggs Exploring Otherness: Cheantes in the Child-Animal Metamorphosis Motif by Maria Lassen-Seger A Happy Blend of Universality and Novelty: "Julie of the Wolves" and "A Ring of Endless Light as Stories Crossing the Animal-human Boundary by Darja Mazi-Leskovar Me, Myself, and Him - The Changing Face of Female Cross-dressing in Contemporary Children's Literature by Victoria Flanagan Voyeruism and Power: Change and Renewal of the Eroticized Figure in Australian Books for Teenagers by Margot Hillel Fostering Controlled Dissent: Democratic Values and Children's Literature by Eva-Maria Metcalf Childhood as the Sign of Change: Hans Christian Anderson's Retellings of the Concept of Childhood in the Light of Romanticism, Modernism, and Children's Own Cultures by Helene Hoyrup Continuity and Change in the Fantasy Tale - with a Focus on Recent Danish Works by Anna Karlskov Skyggebjerg Blytons, Noddies and Denoddification Centres: The Changing Constructions of a Cultural Icon by David Rudd Changing Perspectives: Tarzan Recalled and Retold at the Turn of the Millennium by Rolf Romoren Spell-binding Dahl: Considering Roald Dahl's Fantasy by Eileen Donaldson "Never Lonely, Always on the Go": The Merry-go-round as Kinetic Metonym, in Text and Illustration, in Tove Jansson's Short Story, "The Hemulen Who Loved Silence" by Sirke Happonen The Beginning of All Poetry: Some Observations about Lullabies from Oral Traditions by Anne de Vries Change and Renewal: Translating the Visual in Picture Books by Riitta Oittinen Change and Renewal of a Famous German Classic by Klaus Doderer Too Many Elephants? Endangered Discourses in the Field of Children's Literature by Nancy Huse Index
Series Title: Contributions to the study of world literature, 126
Responsibility: Thomas van der Walt [edit.] ; Felicité Fairer-Wessels [edit.] ; Judith Inggs [edit.].


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