Power, Voice and Subjectivity in Literature for Young Readers.
By: Nikolajeva, Maria.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Children''s Literature and Culture: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2009Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (232 p.).ISBN: 9780203866924.Subject(s): Children''s literature - History and criticism - Theory, etc | Children''s literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc | Children''s literature - Psychological aspects | Children''s literature -- Psychological aspects | Children''''s literature | Other (Philosophy) in literature | Other (Philosophy) in literature | Power (Philosophy) in literature | Power (Philosophy) in literature | Subjectivity in literature | Subjectivity in literature | Voice in literature | Voice in literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Power, Voice and Subjectivity in Literature for Young ReadersDDC classification: 809.89282 LOC classification: PN1009.A1 N565 2009Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Series Editor's Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Why Does Pippi Sleep with Her Feet on the Pillow?; Chapter One Harry Potter and the Secrets of Children's Literature; Chapter Two Othering the Sense: Language and (Mis)communication; Chapter Three Othering the Genre: Fantasy and Realism; Chapter Four Othering the Child: George MacDonald's Fairy Tales; Chapter Five Othering the Future: Stereotypes of Dystopia; Chapter Six Othering the Setting: Orientalism and Robinsonnade; Chapter Seven Othering Gender: New Masculinities, New Femininities
Chapter Eight Othering the Voice: Crossvocalization and PerformanceChapter Nine Othering Ideology: Literature in Society's Service; Chapter Ten Othering the Species: The (Ab)use of Animals; Chapter Eleven Othering the Visual: Power Structures in Picturebooks; Chapter Twelve Othering the Reader: Identification Fallacy; Conclusion The Adult's Self-Denial; Bibliography; Index
Looking at key works from the eighteenth-century to the present, Nikolajeva explores topics such as genre, gender, crossvocalization, species, and picturebook images in order to demonstrate how a balance is maintained between the two opposite inherent goals of children's literature: to empower and to educate the child.
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