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Children's Literature and Culture of the First World War.

By: Paul, Lissa.
Contributor(s): Johnston, Rosemary R | Short, Emma.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Children's Literature and Culture: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2015Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (346 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781317361664.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Children's Literature and Culture of the First World WarDDC classification: 809.89282 LOC classification: PN1009.5.W35C47 2016Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- Foreword: All Unknown Soldiers Now -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Children's Literature and Culture of the First World War -- SECTION I Writing War -- 1 Churchill's War Horse: Children's Literature and the Pleasures of War -- 2 "Flying the Flag": Arturo Rossato's Fantasy Novel, L'aeroplano di Girandolino -- 3 On the Italian Front: Salvator Gotta's Piccolo Alpino (1926) -- 4 A "Revolutionary" War?: Girls Writing Girls in America's St. Nicholas Magazine -- 5 War, the Black Diaspora, and Anti-Colonialist Journalism: The Case of Our Boys and Girls -- 6 Germanic Power and Uncle Sam's Orders: Immigrant Experience of the First World War in Swedish-American Writings for Youth -- SECTION II Propaganda and Experience -- 7 Lives of Girls and Young Women in Germany during the First World War -- 8 "The Eastern Glow Where the Big Sons Go": Arnold Wilson, Clifton College, and the First World War -- 9 Australia and Wartime Chorography: Showing and Telling the Story of Home -- 10 The Building of Boys for War: The Militarization of Boys' Work in the Canadian and American YMCAs -- 11 "A Salesman Soldier for Uncle Sam": Images of Childhood in US Food Conservation, 1914-1919 -- SECTION III Education and Play -- 12 Fun and Military Games: The War in German Picturebooks, 1914-1915 -- 13 "A Very Cruel Thing": Canadian Children, The First World War, and the Grain Grower's Guide -- 14 "How Merrily the Battle Rages": Props for Make-Believe in the Edwardian Nursery -- 15 "Playing Soldiers?" War, Boys, and the British Toy Industry -- SECTION IV Activism -- 16 Girl Volunteers: Empowerment through Stories -- 17 Scouting for Rebels: Na Fianna Éireann and Preparation for the Coming War, 1909-1918 -- 18 A Child's Army of Millions: The American Junior Red Cross.
19 "Leagues of Love" and "Column Comrades": Children's Responses to War in Late Victorian and Edwardian England -- Afterword - Prophesying War: The Hidden Agendas of Children's Literature, 1900- 1914 … and 2015 -- Contributors -- Index.
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- Foreword: All Unknown Soldiers Now -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Children's Literature and Culture of the First World War -- SECTION I Writing War -- 1 Churchill's War Horse: Children's Literature and the Pleasures of War -- 2 "Flying the Flag": Arturo Rossato's Fantasy Novel, L'aeroplano di Girandolino -- 3 On the Italian Front: Salvator Gotta's Piccolo Alpino (1926) -- 4 A "Revolutionary" War?: Girls Writing Girls in America's St. Nicholas Magazine -- 5 War, the Black Diaspora, and Anti-Colonialist Journalism: The Case of Our Boys and Girls -- 6 Germanic Power and Uncle Sam's Orders: Immigrant Experience of the First World War in Swedish-American Writings for Youth -- SECTION II Propaganda and Experience -- 7 Lives of Girls and Young Women in Germany during the First World War -- 8 "The Eastern Glow Where the Big Sons Go": Arnold Wilson, Clifton College, and the First World War -- 9 Australia and Wartime Chorography: Showing and Telling the Story of Home -- 10 The Building of Boys for War: The Militarization of Boys' Work in the Canadian and American YMCAs -- 11 "A Salesman Soldier for Uncle Sam": Images of Childhood in US Food Conservation, 1914-1919 -- SECTION III Education and Play -- 12 Fun and Military Games: The War in German Picturebooks, 1914-1915 -- 13 "A Very Cruel Thing": Canadian Children, The First World War, and the Grain Grower's Guide -- 14 "How Merrily the Battle Rages": Props for Make-Believe in the Edwardian Nursery -- 15 "Playing Soldiers?" War, Boys, and the British Toy Industry -- SECTION IV Activism -- 16 Girl Volunteers: Empowerment through Stories -- 17 Scouting for Rebels: Na Fianna Éireann and Preparation for the Coming War, 1909-1918 -- 18 A Child's Army of Millions: The American Junior Red Cross.

19 "Leagues of Love" and "Column Comrades": Children's Responses to War in Late Victorian and Edwardian England -- Afterword - Prophesying War: The Hidden Agendas of Children's Literature, 1900- 1914 … and 2015 -- Contributors -- Index.

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<p>Rosemary Johnston is Professor of Education and Culture at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.</p> <p>Lissa Paul is Professor in the Faculty of Education at Brock University, Canada.</p> <p>Emma Short is Research Associate in the School of English Literature, Language, and Linguistics at Newcastle University, UK.</p>

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