Writing the Australian Child: Texts and Contexts in Fictions for Children
This collection of essays redresses the paucity of literary critical material explicitly theorising text created for children. Drawing on Australian children's books and a range of theoretical perspectives, the essays consider a variety of topics, from clothed animals as metafictional markers to post-modern versions of Peter Pan.
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