By Charles Butler (eds.)
This ebook combines the paintings of 9 major lecturers and students of kid's literature from Europe and North the US. They discover a few of the disciplines and views that experience contributed to the examine of kid's literature, giving functional school room feedback. includes an up to date assets section.
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In answer, it is often noted that there could be no children’s literature till there were children. But this moves us on little further, for, we might then ask, what is a child? Childhood is obviously far more than a simple biological stage, given the myriad ways that it has been conceived by different societies. In exploring the social construction of children, many courses begin with Philippe Ariès’s famous statement that, “In medieval society the idea of childhood did not exist” (Ariès 1973, 125), which, in turn, led to an industry of further work, with studies by, for example, Shulamith Shahar (1989), Linda Pollock (1983) and others detailing the ways that childhood did exist in medieval times.
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Teaching Children’s Fiction by Charles Butler (eds.)