LTWL 114 Lecture 102711

LTWL 114 Lecture - fantasy realism becoming more real in children’s lit fantasy more wild/extreme end of 1990s Harry Potter Post-Silver Age

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LTWL 114 Lecture 10/27/11 00:03 Golden Age People were discovering what children’s lit was Trying to fit children into society Girls becoming good women Growing up Silver Age Becoming an empowered child was sometimes matter of resisting society Children maybe knowing more than parents/adults? 1960s 1970s: finding out issues of the 1960s closer to end of 20 th  century: too much reality is hard on kids because children want 
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Unformatted text preview: fantasy realism becoming more real in children’s lit fantasy more wild/extreme end of 1990s: Harry Potter Post-Silver Age Children’s lit most successful/biggest genres More children books being published now than ever Children’s culture has moved outside of the book Growth in movies, children’s tv, graphic novels, games Adolescent age 00:03 00:03...
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course LTWL 114 taught by Professor Potts during the Fall '11 term at UCSD.

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LTWL 114 Lecture - fantasy realism becoming more real in children’s lit fantasy more wild/extreme end of 1990s Harry Potter Post-Silver Age

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