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Title: Character Focalization in Children’s Novels
Authors: Philpot, Don K.
Keywords: Character Focalization in Children’s Novels
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Description: Many contemporary children’s novels1 focus on the fictional world expe- riences of children ages 9–12. Contemporary realistic novels, a genre of children’s novels that presents a fictional child in a situation that a real child could have faced at the time the novel was written and released, focus on a child’s response to a difficult situation, and are centrally con- cerned with that child’s perceptions. The contemporary realistic chil- dren’s novel Bridge to Terabithia (Paterson 1977), for example, one of ten contemporary realistic children’s novels I explore in this book, is cen- trally concerned with the perceptions—the perceptual and psychological experiences—of ten-year-old Jess Aarons as he begins fifth grade in rural Virginia; and not surprisingly, given this concern, much of the novel’s meanings are invested in Jess’s perceptions.
URI: http://10.6.20.12:80/handle/123456789/57296
ISBN: 978-1-137-55810-7
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