CoxSummary - takes something plane and uses their imagination to give it life they identify themselves as creator not property owner Barthe also

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Jeff Cox English 112 In Toys by Roland Barthe he describes how the toys that you play with as a child help develop your imagination and outlook on life. Barthe does not support children playing with complex, premade toys that leave nothing left to the imagination. Barthe thinks that toys that are just shrunken down versions of real things cause the child to identify himself as owner and user, not creator. When a child
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Unformatted text preview: takes something plane and uses their imagination to give it life, they identify themselves as creator not property owner. Barthe also has a problem with synthetic made toys such as medals and plastics. Barthe really likes the feel of wooden made toys and believes they are the best for inspiring innovation and invention in children....
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2009 for the course MUS 187 taught by Professor M during the Summer '09 term at Anne Arundel CC.

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