This text analyzes the fictional portrayal of the child in the family. It examines the literary representation of the modern family in its different forms and includes critiques of the work of Morris Gleitzman, Jacqueline Wilson and Anne Fine.
Family Fictions Summary
Family Fictions by Nikki Gamble
Family Fictions provides an introduction to the history of family stories in children's literature and an in-depth critical study of the works of Jacqueline Wilson, Anne Fine and Morris Gleitzman.
About Nikki Gamble
Nikki Gamble is lecturer, writer and literary consultant specialising in childrenaEURO (TM)s literature, drama and arts education. She is currently course tutor for the Advance Diploma in Language, Literature and Literacy at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK, and is Associate Consultant at the Institute of Education, University of London, UK. Nick Tucker teaches at University of Sussex, UK.
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