By Rebecca Knuth
In Children’s Literature and British id: Imagining a humans and a Nation, Rebecca Knuth follows the advance of the style, concentrating on how tales motivate youngsters to stick to the morals of society. This booklet examines how this practice got here to fruition, exploring the works of numerous authors, including:
J. M. Barrie
Frances Hodgson Burnett
G. A. Henty
A. A. Milne
J. okay. Rowling
Robert Louis Stevenson
J. R. R. Tolkien
P. L. Travers
Evaluating the relationship among children’s literature and the dissemination and formation of id, this ebook will attract either normal readers and lecturers who're drawn to librarianship, English tradition, and children’s literature.
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Children's Literature and British Identity: Imagining a People and a Nation by Rebecca Knuth