Children's Literature Review: Excerpts from Reviews, Criticism, and Commentary on Books for Children and Young People
This illustrated series covers more than 600 writers and illustrators for children and young adults. Typical entries consist of a listing of major works and awards and criticism from significant reviews and commentaries on the authors or artists works. Each volume includes cumulative author name and nationality indexes as well as a volume-specific title index. A cumulative title index to the entire series is published separately (included in subscription).
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Mayne does not say , “ Rafe wanted to know what Tawena meant . ” That would give us Mayne's observation of what Rafe wanted , his omniscient certain knowledge . But the more oblique construction , “ Rafe thought he wanted to know ...
Tawena follows the trio , safe because of the noise and blundering of Rafe's passage , and conceives a plan she hopes will take them all ... In the retelling with Tawena as narrator , the reader hears quite a different voice indeed .
By now , Tawena's story is no longer Rafe's retold . It is truly Tawena's , the Indian story . The mother and daughter and Tawena form their own unit , at one with the place they are and the spirits that move there .
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Sandra Cisneros 1954
Irish Childrens Literature
Jane Kurtz 1952
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