New social orders: reconceptualising family and community in utopian fiction
Mallan, Kerry, Bradford, Clare and Stephens, John 2005, New social orders: reconceptualising family and community in utopian fiction, Papers: exploration into children's literature, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 6-21.
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A study focusing on family and community as they are represented in seven utopian/dystopian fictions written for children and young adults by Australian, American, Canadian, and British writers is illustrated. These novels depict reflections of how various notions of new social orders have impacted on children's literature and how this affects the utopian/dystopian strain, present in children's literature.
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