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Postcolonial Literature for Children

by La Trobe University

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Course Description

In this subject students examine major themes and strategies used by children's authors to represent and comment upon postcolonial issues and experience. Elements of literature that define a cultural identity in that postcolonial experience are critically analysed.

  • Bradford, C. (2001) The End of Empire? Colonial and postcolonial journeys in children’s books. Children’s Literature. 29: 196 218
  • Kohl, H. (1995) Should we burn Babar? Questioning power in children’s literature. Should We Burn Babar? Essays on children’s literature and the power of stories. New York: The New Press. 
  • Said, E. (1994) Introduction. Culture and Imperialism. New York: Vintage. 
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