Representing and Projecting Possible Identities: Australian Children's Literature

Vaughan Prain

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This essay questions the assertion by John Stephens that Australian (and, thus, any national) children's literature is primarily representational and that it should be interpreted predominantly in terms of established socio-cultural positions and values.

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