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Gods, Heroes and Ordinary Characters In Children's Fiction - Slap Happy Larry
The conventions of literary fiction are that the bourgeois hero (more likely the heroine) be vulnerable, prone to shame and guilt, unable to fit the pieces of the larger puzzle together, and on the same banal moral plane as the “average reader”: sympathetic, in other words, someone we can “identify” with, who reflects our own … Continue reading "Gods, Heroes and Ordinary Characters In Children’s Fiction"