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Frank, Marietta A.

Internationalism in Children’s Series

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Stepping Out into the World: Series and Internationalism
Karen Sands-O’Connor

Part I. Nineteenth-Century Series Go Abroad

2. Young Americans Abroad: Jacob Abbott’s Rollo on the Grand Tour and Nineteenth-Century Travel Series Books
Chris Nesmith

3. Our Girls in the Family of Nations: Girls’ Culture and Empire in Victorian Girls’ Magazines
Janis Dawson

Part II. Syndicates, Empires, and Politics

4. The Stratemeyer Chums Have Fun in the Caribbean: America and Empire in Children’s Series
Karen Sands-O’Connor

5. ’A really big theme’: Americanization and World Peace — Internationalism and/ as Nationalism in Lucy Fitch Perkins’s Twins Series
Jani L. Barker

6. ‘A bit of life actually lived in a foreign land’: Internationalism as World Friendship in Children’s Series
Marietta A. Frank

7. Lost Cities: Generic Conventions, Hidden Places, and Primitivism in Juvenile Series Mysteries
Michael G. Cornelius

8. ‘But why are you so foreign?’: Blyton and Blighty
David Rudd

Part III. Translating Histories and Cultures

9. ’Universal Republic of Children?’: ‘Other’ Children in Doğan Kardeş Children’s Periodical
Deniz Arzuk

10. Wizard in Translation: Linguistic and Cultural Concerns in Harry Potter
Hilary Brewster

11. ‘Hungry ghosts’: Kirsty Murray’s Irish-Australian Children of the Wind Series
Charlotte Beyer

12. Building Bridges to Intercultural Understanding: The Other in Contemporary Irish Children’s Literature
Patricia Kennon

Keywords: Literature, Children's Literature

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Critical Approaches to Children’s Literature
Page amount
228 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137360311
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-47187-4

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