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Takiuchi, Haru

British Working-Class Writing for Children

Takiuchi, Haru - British Working-Class Writing for Children, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Haru Takiuchi

Part I. Children’s Book Publishing and the Working-Class Culture

2. Class Culture and Children’s Book Publishing: Leila Berg’s Nippers and Aidan Chambers’ Topliner
Haru Takiuchi

3. Bad Language or Working-Class Language: Robert Westall’s The Machine Gunners

Haru Takiuchi

Part II. Scholarship Boy Experiences in Children’s Books

4. Education and Uncertainty in Aidan Chamber’s Dance on My Grave

Haru Takiuchi

5. Aidan Chambers’ Breaktime: Class, Anxiety and Home
Haru Takiuchi

6. Alan Garner’s Red Shift: The Anger of the Scholarship Boy
Haru Takiuchi

Part III. Children’s Book Criticism and Scholarship Boys

7. Class and Children’s Book Criticism
Haru Takiuchi

8. The Conclusion of The Owl Service: Critical Ignorance of Class Anger
Haru Takiuchi

9. Robert Westall’s Fathom Five: The Scholarship Boy and Socialism
Haru Takiuchi

10. Conclusion: “The Awareness of Standing Between Two Cultures”
Haru Takiuchi

Keywords: Literature, Children's Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature, Fiction

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Critical Approaches to Children's Literature
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319553900
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-55389-4

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