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Department
English
Course
ENGB35H3
Professor
Natalie Rose
Semester
Fall

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The Golden Compass -First published as Northern Lights (1995) -Shifts the focus of the end of the first novel -Sublime vision of a gateway to a new world to the alethiometer -Crossover fiction -Difference between children and adult literature -Book prizes for children fiction and adult fiction -If children liked a book it must be childish and thus inappropriate for adults to read changed this concept -He was writing for intelligent readers for any age -Double address J Cf. alethiometer -Lyra is able to read it -Adults have to read lots of book to understand what it is saying -Interpreting symbols -Child is doing so instinctively -Epic fantasy J Defamiliarization; cultural relativism -Up to Lyra to save the entire universe -It is not 2LZlLZ]2Z]L}o[Z}o: -Gradually explains to us, that this is a self-contained fantasy world -Science fantasy -Dark materials therefore science fantasy -^Zlo]ZK_~9ooKL -It reads realistically its meaning is realistic Adventure -Romance quest: -Agon9^]o}ZE}L_LZo]K]LK]L}LZ 1 www.notesolution.com
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