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ENG1120 Lecture 1: ENG1120 – Literature and Composition

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ENG1120 Literature and Composition: Growing Up On Literature January 16 , 2018 Romantic Model A baby is born innocent They dont want to intercede in the childs development The child needs to be protected Types of Childrens Lit 1. Romantic 2. Moral Manners 3. Fairy Tales 4. Fantasy Must have a primary and secondary world 5. Domestic Stories One that took place in the house Issues with family 6. Adventure Stories Considered for boys Boy is out in the world, experiencing something 7. Coming of Age Bildungsroman Educational novel o Moral growth o Formation of the self Themes to Look for in Childrens Lit 1. Duel Audience 2. Romantic or Evangelical 3. Didactic Instrumental vs. Entertainment 4. Question of innocence 5. Fantasy or Realism 6. Primary Secondary worlds 7. Narrative FirstSecondThird 8. Gender Roles 9. Role of Parents 10. Authority Figures 11. Family 12. Role of friendships 13. TimePlace Introduction to Fairy Tales Folk Tales: Oral tales for common people Literary Tales: Written down tales either original or collected oral tales
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