A Necessary Fantasy?: The Heroic Figure in Children's Popular Culture
This book addresses a variety of issues through the examination of heroic figures in children's popular literature, comics, film, and television.
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Cinderella Was a Tricksterand
Female Heroes in Pony Stories
Good Citizenship and Girls in British
Nancy Drew as Woman Hero
Ideology Popular Film
BigglesHero of the Air
Dan Dare and the 1950s
An Enduring Legend
The Case of Turtle Power
Flawed or Fledgling Hero?
Dahl The Marvellous Boy
Heroes and SNAGs in Fiction
Doctor Who Text and Genre
British Imperialism and the Reproduction
Get Ready for Action Reading Action Man Toys
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