Works Cited Brunhoff, Jean de. Babar the King. New York, New York: Random House, 1935, 1963. Brunhoff, Jean de. Babar and His Children. New York, New York: Random House, 1935. ` Cain, William E., Laurie A. Finke, Barbara E. Johnson, John McGowan, and
This is not related to the current readings of our class, but I pulled this excerpt from a reading from my Literary Theory class because I think that it relates to the genocide and stealing committed against the indigenous people of North America. I
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Thompson Indians In American Film 15 December 2006
Babar the Colonizer?
When Babar set foot on the wild, uninhabited lands he had discovered his friend said to him, This countryside is so beautiful that I would like to see it everyday when as I wake