Cultural orienteering: a map for Anthony Browne`s into the forest
Parsons, Elizabeth and Bullen, Elizabeth 2005, Cultural orienteering: a map for Anthony Browne`s into the forest, Bookbird : news bulletin of the International Board on Books for Young People, vol. 43, no. 3, pp. 8-17.
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Bullen and Parsons identify Anthony Browne's picture book Into the Forest as a re-gendered retelling of 'Little Red Riding Hood' that expresses recent assumptions about childhood, risk and the resources children need to survive in today's world. In Browne's version, the forest is the terrain in which a young male protagonist imaginatively explores his anxiety about his father's unexplained absence.
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