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By Rudd, David
This study looks particularly at Enid Blyton's Noddy , The Famous Five and Malory Towers . It draws extensively on the view of her readership, past and present, and uses a variety of critical approaches to show how adult criticism has consistently missed the secret of her appeal.
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Edited by Rudd, David
An exploration of children's literature in the various manifestations. It features essay contributions, a timeline, and a glossary of key names and terms.
Rudd explores and challenges the critical representation of the child in children's literature, looking at the child's positioning from a psychoanalytically informed perspective. He shows students how to work productively with theory, combining conceptual analysis with close-text ...
By Robinson, Michael; Foreword by Rudd, David
Arts & Crafts is a celebration of the design movement that started in Britain and spread around the world at the end of the 19th century. Depicting both well-known and unusual art and artifacts from this most fascinating of eras, this book provides information about the lives and ...
You can lead a small group!Journey with Jim and Beth Johnson as they discover the four essential elements of small group leadership. You don't need a seminary degree or months of classes and seminars. Learning to implement these four simple elements is all you need in order to su ...
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