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The Outside Child, In and Out of the Book
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1. Outsider 2. Displaced 3. Erased 4. Abject 5. Unattached 6. Colonized

About the Author

Christine Wilkie-Stibbs is an Associate Professor at the University of Warwick UK. specialising in critical theory, children's literature and childhood. She is author of The Feminine Subject in Children's LIterature and The Mythological Consciousness of Russell Hoban.

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"...a valuable addition to resources for teaching and studying texts about and for the young." - IRSCL "Provocative, dense with ideas and very readable... its examination of specific narrative strategies in children's literature concerned with outsiderness make this a valuable addition to the body of research in children's literature and childhood studies." --Phyllis Ramage, Wasafiri, No. 60, Winter 2009

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