The authors have called on concepts and reading strategies developed across three fields of research--cultural geography, postcolonial theory, and utopian theory--to inform their analysis of the complex intersections of place and identities in children's texts (Madagascar; S. Alexie, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian; P. Reeve, Mortal Engines; M.T. Anderson, Feed).

Journeying Subjects: Spatiality and Identity in Children's Texts

BACCOLINI, RAFFAELLA;
2011

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The authors have called on concepts and reading strategies developed across three fields of research--cultural geography, postcolonial theory, and utopian theory--to inform their analysis of the complex intersections of place and identities in children's texts (Madagascar; S. Alexie, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian; P. Reeve, Mortal Engines; M.T. Anderson, Feed).
Contemporary Children's Literature and Film: Engaging with Theory
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