[DWJ] Children's literature turning theory into plot?
martha.hixon at mtsu.edu
Thu Jun 2 10:52:52 EDT 2016
I have an article on how *Hexwood *reinacts the process of writing itself
in *Telling Children's Stories, *edited by Mike Cadden and published by the
U of Nebraska Press. Every essay in the book is about children's lit and
narrative theory, actually, so you might want to check it out.
I've read more than one article on how *The Stinky Cheese Man *embodies
postmodernism, as well.
Dr. Martha P. Hixon
Department of English
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
615.898.2599 / martha.hixon at mtsu.edu
On Thu, Jun 2, 2016 at 6:45 AM, Kathleen Jennings <
kathleen.jennings at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am writing a paper on Gothic literature and wanted to include a brief
> reference to the freedom children's literature seems to have to take an
> aspect of literary theory and turn it into an explicit section of the
> plot. I feel like I have read a discussion of that by someone on this list,
> and would love to cite it, but can't for the life of me find it. Does that
> ring a bell to anyone?
> DWJ does it a lot, and I'm planning to include examples from *Black Maria*
> *Time of the Ghost*.
> Regards to all - oh, and I'll be at Readercon this July if anyone else is
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