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The Pleasures of Children's Literature, 2nd ed. New York: Longman. ISBN. Paul, Lissa (). "Enigma Variations: What Feminist Theory Knows about Children's Literature". Signal – Rose, Jacqueline ( (originally published )). The Case of Peter Pan or the Impossibility of Children's Fiction. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. PAUL Lissa, “Enigma Variations: What Feminist Theory Knows About Children’s Literature” in Signal-Approaches to Children’s Bo pp. REYNOLDS Kimberley, Tucker Nicholas, “Preface” in Children’s Books Publishing in Britain Since , Kimberley Reynolds, Nicholas Tucker (eds.). Hants, Scolar Press, pp. xi-xivAuthor: Sébastien Chapleau. Paul, Lissa. “Enigma Variations: What Feminist Theory Knows about Children’s Literature.” Shavit, Zohar. The Poetics of Children’s Literature. Spacks, Patricia Meyer. The Adolescent Idea: Myths of Youth and the Adult Imagination. Steig, Michael. “Never Going Home: Reflections on Reading, Adulthood, and the Possibility of Children’s Literature.” Stephens, John. Language and Ideology in . Children's Literature 11 (): 14– Google Scholar Lissa, Paul, “Enigma Variations: What Feminist Theory Knows About Children's Literature”, Signal 54 (September ): –
Paul, L, , “Enigma variations: What feminist theory knows about children's literature” Signals 54 – Google Scholar Gilman, C Perkins, , “The Yellow Wallpaper”, in The Charlotte Perkins Gilman Reader Ed. Paul, Lissa, “Enigma variations: What feminist theory knows about children's literature.” In Children's Literature: The Development of Criticism. Peter Hunt ed. London: Routledge, , pp. – Google Scholar. The term children's literature criticism includes both generalist discussions of the relationship between children's literature and literary theory and literary analyses of a specific works of children's literature. Some academics consider young adult literature to be included under the rubric of 'children's literature.'. Nearly every school of theoretical thought has been applied to children. March 7: Feminism. Lissa Paul, “Enigma Variations: What Feminist Theory Knows about Children’s Literature,” Signal (Sept. ), Milner e-reserve through Reggienet, Roberta Seelinger Trites, “Chapter 1: Defining the Feminist Children’s Novel,” from Waking Sleeping Beauty (), Milner e-reserve through Reggienet,
Through the lens of post-structural feminist theory, this study—spanning twelve texts, seven main characters, and years of literary history—examines the female child protagonist and the intersection of girlhood and heroism as depicted in the epic fantasies of . And although the authors do cite one recent critical book on feminist theory and children's literature, Waking Sleeping Beauty: Feminist Voices in Children's Literature, they don't convey its. While children’s literature is predicated on the notion that children are essentially blank or naive and in need of protection and instruction, then issues of suitability or unsuitability are important. But as children become differently constructed in the light of feminist and postcolonial theory. Edward Elgar composed his Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 36, popularly known as the Enigma Variations, between October and February It is an orchestral work comprising fourteen variations on an original theme.. Elgar dedicated the work "to my friends pictured within", each variation being a musical sketch of one of his circle of close acquaintances (see musical cryptogram).