With the growing emphasis on theory in literary studies, psychoanalytic criticism is making notable contributions to literary interpretation. Sixteen chapters in this work explore the psychological subtexts of such important children's books as Carlo Collodi's Pinocchio, Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach, Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows, Louise Fitzhugh's Harriet the Spy, Mark Twain's The Prince and the Pauper, and E.B. White's Charlotte's Web. Drawing on the ideas of such psychoanalytic theorists as Sigmund Freud, Alice Miller, D.W. Winnicott and Jacques Lacan, it analyzes the psychological development of characters, examines reader responses, and studies the lives of authors and illustrators such as Beatrix Potter and Jessie Willcox Smith.Sixteen chapters in this work explore the psychological subtexts of such important childrena#39;s books as Carlo Collodia#39;s Pinocchio, Roald Dahla#39;s James and the Giant Peach, Kenneth Grahamea#39;s The Wind in the Willows, Louise Fitzhugha#39;s Harriet ...
|Title||:||Psychoanalytic Responses to Children's Literature|
|Author||:||Lucy Rollin, Mark I. West|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 1999-03-01|