WINNER OF THE 2007 CHLA BOOK AWARD Children S Literature Has Transcended Linguistic And Cultural Borders Since Books And Magazines For Young Readers Were First Produced, With Popular Books Translated Throughout The World.Emer O Sullivan Traces The History Of Comparative Children S Literature Studies, From The Enthusiastic Internationalism Of The Post War Period Which Set Out From The Idea Of A Supra National World Republic Of Childhood To Modern Comparative Criticism Drawing On The Scholarship And Children S Literature Of Many Cultures And Languages, She Outlines The Constituent Areas That Structure The Field, Including Contact And Transfer Studies, Intertextuality Studies, Intermediality Studies And Image Studies In Doing So, She Provides The First Comprehensive Overview Of This Exciting New Research Area Comparative Children S Literature Also Links The Fields Of Narratology And Translation Studies, To Develop An Original And Highly Valuable Communicative Model Of Translation.Taking In Issues Of Children S Classics , The Canon And World Literature For Children, Comparative Children S Literature Reveals That This Branch Of Literature Is Not As Genuinely International As It Is Often Fondly Assumed To Be And Is Essential Reading For Those Interested In The Consequences Of Globalization On Children S Literature And Culture.
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- 205 pages
- Comparative Children's Literature
- Emer O'Sullivan
- 14 October 2017 Emer O'Sullivan