Children S Literature Review
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📝Children s Literature Review Book Synopsis :
📒Children S Literature Review ✍ Tom Burns
📝Children s Literature Review Book Synopsis : Covers writers and illustrators for children and young adults. Entries consist of listings of major works, awards, and critical excerpts from significant reviews and commentaries on the author's or artist's works.
📒Childrens Literature Review Cumulative ✍ ANONIMO
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📒The Continuum Encyclopedia Of Children S Literature ✍ Bernice E. Cullinan
📝The Continuum Encyclopedia of Children s Literature Book Synopsis : Provides articles covering children's literature from around the world as well as biographical and critical reviews of authors including Avi, C.S. Lewis, J.K. Rowling, and Anno Mitsumasa.
📒A Reference Guide For English Studies ✍ Michael J. Marcuse
📝A Reference Guide for English Studies Book Synopsis :
📒Guides To Collection Development For Children And Young Adults ✍ John Thomas Gillespie
📝Guides to Collection Development for Children and Young Adults Book Synopsis : Offers 600 entries for bibliographies
📝A Literature Review of Children s Well Being Book Synopsis :
📒Children And Literature ✍ Virginia Haviland
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📒Representing Children In Chinese And U S Children S Literature ✍ Claudia Nelson
📝Representing Children in Chinese and U S Children s Literature Book Synopsis : Bringing together children’s literature scholars from China and the United States, this collection provides an introduction to the scope and goals of a field characterized by active but also distinctive scholarship in two countries with very different rhetorical traditions. The volume’s five sections highlight the differences between and overlapping concerns of Chinese and American scholars, as they examine children’s literature with respect to cultural metaphors and motifs, historical movements, authorship, didacticism, important themes, and the current status of and future directions for literature and criticism. Wide-ranging and admirably ambitious in its encouragement of communication between scholars from two major nations, Representing Children in Chinese and U.S. Children’s Literature serves as a model for examining how and why children’s literature, more than many literary forms, circulates internationally.
📒Poetics Of Children S Literature ✍ Zohar Shavit
📝Poetics of Children s Literature Book Synopsis : Since its emergence in the seventeenth century as a distinctive cultural system, children's literature has had a culturally inferior status resulting from its existence in a netherworld between the literary system and the educational system. In addition to its official readership—children—it has to be approved of by adults. Writers for children, explains Zohar Shavit, are constrained to respond to these multiple systems of often mutually contradictory demands. Most writers do not try to bypass these constraints, but accept them as a framework for their work. In the most extreme cases an author may ignore one segment of the readership. If the adult reader is ignored, the writer risks rejection, as is the case of popular literature. If the writer utilizes the child as a pseudo addressee in order to appeal to an adult audience, the result can be what Shavit terms an ambivalent work. Shavit analyzes the conventions and the moral aims that have structured children's literature, from the fairy tales collected and reworked by Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm—in particular, “Little Red Riding Hood”—through the complex manipulations of Lewis Carroll in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, to the subversion of the genre's canonical requirements in the chapbooks of the eighteenth century, and in the formulaic Nancy Drew books of the twentieth century. Throughout her study Shavit, explores not only how society has shaped children's literature, but also how society has been reflected in the literary works it produces for its children.