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Children's Literature: New techniques is a advisor for graduate and upper-level undergraduate scholars of kid's literature. it really is dependent via critics analyzing person texts to carry out wider concerns which are present within the box. contains chronology of key occasions and guides, a selective consultant to extra studying and a listing of Web-based resources.
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46 As I have already observed, one of the ways Knoepflmacher and Lewis assert and establish a link between Josephine and Taffy is through the ‘Effie’ of the ‘uncollected’ preface to the Just So Stories: All the Blue Skalallatoot stories are morning tales (I do not know why, but that is what Effie says). All the stories about Orvin Sylvester Woodsey, the left-over New England fairy who did not think it well-seen to fly, and who used patent labour-saving devices instead of charms, are afternoon stories because they were generally told in the shade of the woods.
Stephen Heath and Colin MacCabe (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1984), p. 154. 4. Peter Hunt, Criticism, Theory, and Children’s Literature (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1991), p. 1. 5. Hunt, Criticism, Theory, and Children’s Literature, p. 1, quoting from: Anita Moss, ‘Structuralism and its critics’, Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 6(1), Spring 1981, 25. 6. Hunt, Criticism, Theory, and Children’s Literature, p. 1. 7. Hunt, Criticism, Theory, and Children’s Literature, p. 2 (emphasis mine). 8.