By Roderick McGillis
The shut of a century invitations either retrospection and prognostication. As a interval of transition, it additionally brings a feeling of uncertainty, finality, and apocalypticism. those emotions stem from a number of occasions, equivalent to political turmoil, medical developments, and social swap. As will be anticipated, literature displays such alterations and the emotions they engender. yet probably extra strangely, kid's literature is principally delicate to such issues, and fiction for kids usually struggles with darkish and ugly matters. This ebook examines fin de siËcle tensions in nineteenth- and 20th-century kid's literature from round the world.
Each bankruptcy is written by means of knowledgeable contributor, and the amount levels over a disparate number of issues. those comprise poetry, sequence books, pacifist fiction, gender matters, faith and literature, eco-criticism, minority reviews, humor and the Holocaust, myth and technology fiction, and desktop tradition. In exploring those concerns relating to kid's literature, the participants display the moving nature of our values and the realm during which we are living. worldwide in nature, the chapters examine kid's literature from such areas as Germany, Holland, the uk, Australia, and the United States.
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