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ERIC Number: ED083603
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 186
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The Great Excluded: Critical Essays on Children's Literature. Volume One.
Butler, Francelia, Ed.
This collection of essays is intended to stimulate writing, teaching, and study of children's literature by humanists. Among the essays are: "Aesop as Litmus: The Acid Test of Children's Literature,""Children's Literature in Old English,""Children's Literature in the Middle Ages,""Pilgrim's Progress as Fairy Tale,""Out of the Ordinary Road: Locke and English Juvenile Fiction in the Eighteenth Century,""From Fantasy to Reality: Ruskin's 'King of the Golden River,' St. George's Guild, and Ruskin, Tennessee,""The Ambiguous Legacy of Wilhelm Busch,""The Tin-Tin Series: Children's Literature and Popular Appeal,""Philosophy and Fantasy,""Death in Children's Literature,""What Finnish Children Read,""The Child as Rebel in Song and Rhyme,""What's Left Out of Biography for Children," and "Child Reading and Man Reading: Oz, Babar, and Pooh." Other sections include discussions of texts to be read in conjunction with these essays, classroom metaphysics, and suggested areas for research in children's literature. (LL)
University of Connecticut Bookstore, Storrs, Conn. 06268 ($4.25 plus $0.25 postage)
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Authoring Institution: Children's Literature Association.; Modern Language Association Seminar on Children's Literature.
Note: See related document CS 200 752