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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... vol. 22 no. 2 September 2016 of New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship est. 1995 New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship
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Writing East Timor for Children : Mobilizing Sympathy, David Callahan , single work criticism
'Novels about East Timor in English and Portuguese for children have been scarce. Despite a contemporary background of revisionist approaches to history, the nationalist focus of such material means that certain stories are handled rarely, even those that interpellate the nation in some way. This article examines ways in which support for East Timor is underwritten in the few novels for children and young adults that deal with East Timor in English and Portuguese, concluding with a brief assessment of the extent to which they realize Herbert Kohl’s suggestions of appropriate strategies for what he terms “Radical Children’s Literature.”'
(p. 108-123)
Posthuman by Accident; Posthuman by Design : Power and Belonging in Posthuman Young Adult Fiction, Maree Kimberley , single work criticism (p. 124-141)

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