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AUDIO BOOK CD
Author Reynolds, Kimberley.

Title Children's literature [sound recording] : between the covers / by Kimberley Reynolds.

Publication Info. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded Books, [2011]
2011

Copies

Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Woodstock PL Adult Audiobook - WOLY-11  CD 809.89282 REY    AVAILABLE
Description 7 audio discs (approximately 8 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
spoken word spw rdacontent
audio s rdamedia
audio disc sd rdacarrier
Series The modern scholar : great professors teaching you!
Modern scholar.
Performer Lecturer: Kimberley Reynolds, Newcastle University.
Note Compact discs.
CD-ROM (disc 8) contains course guide (97 p. : ill.) as PDF.
System Details PDF requires Adobe Reader.
Bibliography Course guide includes bibliographical references.
Note In container (17 cm.).
"14 lectures"--Container.
Summary Professor Kimberly Reynolds delves into the phenomenon and "Golden Age" of the remarkably diverse literary genre that is children's literature, addressing questions of why children's literature is so popular and how these extraordinary works have both responded to, and helped to shape, childhood.
Contents Lecture 1. Puritan beginnings and legacies : paragons, prophets, and perdition -- Lecture 2. Inventing the fictional child -- Lecture 3. The child in nature -- Lecture 4. New worlds in childhood I : the world of imagination -- Lecture 5. New worlds in childhood II : the nursery and the school -- Lecture 6. The child in the city : respectable urchins -- Lecture 7. Childhood and modernity : the early twentieth century -- Lecture 8. Fantastic childhoods I : encounters with the self -- Lecture 9. Fantastic childhoods II : children save the world -- Lecture 10. The changing child in the changing family -- Lecture 11. Coming of age : fiction for teens -- Lecture 12. Lost children -- Lecture 13. Child hating and dystopian fiction -- Lecture 14. You can BE Harry Potter : the child and the electronic narrative.
Subject Children's literature -- History and criticism -- Sound recordings.
Children -- Books and reading -- Sound recordings.
Children's literature, English -- Sound recordings.
Children's literature, American -- Sound recordings.
Added Author Recorded Books, LLC.
Added Title Between the covers
ISBN 9781449841881
9781464010453 course guide
1449841880
1464010455 course guide
Music No. UC179 Recorded Books
UT179 Recorded Books (course guide)

 
    
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