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Contemporary British Children's Fiction and Cosmopolitanism.

By: McCulloch, Fiona.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Children's Literature and Culture: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (213 p.).ISBN: 9781317573951.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Contemporary British Children's Fiction and CosmopolitanismDDC classification: 820.99282 LOC classification: PR830.C513Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- Series Editor's Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Charting Contemporary Children's Fiction -- PART I: Ethical Endeavours -- 1 'We're All Human, Aren't We?': Scottish Cosmopolitics in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter -- 2 'People and Their Differences': Cosmofeminism in Jackie Kay's Strawgirl -- PART II: Conflict and Conciliation -- 3 'You Are a Team': Reconfiguring Community in Theresa Breslin's Divided City -- 4 'We're All Connected': Transnational Journeys in Gillian Cross's Where I Belong
5 'Hope Amongst This Madness': Peace Building in Kerry Drewery's A Brighter Fear -- PART III: Future Freedoms -- 6 'We Must Fight for a New Future': Envisioning Tomorrow's World in Saci Lloyd's Momentum -- 7 'A New Home in the World': Nomadic Writing and World Citizenship in Julie Bertagna's Exodus Trilogy -- Conclusion: Cosmopolitan Children: No Place Like Home? -- Bibliography -- Index
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- Series Editor's Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Charting Contemporary Children's Fiction -- PART I: Ethical Endeavours -- 1 'We're All Human, Aren't We?': Scottish Cosmopolitics in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter -- 2 'People and Their Differences': Cosmofeminism in Jackie Kay's Strawgirl -- PART II: Conflict and Conciliation -- 3 'You Are a Team': Reconfiguring Community in Theresa Breslin's Divided City -- 4 'We're All Connected': Transnational Journeys in Gillian Cross's Where I Belong

5 'Hope Amongst This Madness': Peace Building in Kerry Drewery's A Brighter Fear -- PART III: Future Freedoms -- 6 'We Must Fight for a New Future': Envisioning Tomorrow's World in Saci Lloyd's Momentum -- 7 'A New Home in the World': Nomadic Writing and World Citizenship in Julie Bertagna's Exodus Trilogy -- Conclusion: Cosmopolitan Children: No Place Like Home? -- Bibliography -- Index

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<p>Fiona McCulloch is currently an independent scholar and was Lynn Wood Neag Distinguished Visiting Professor in British Literature at the University of Connecticut, 2015.</p>

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