Philosophy of Religion
Roy W. Perrett
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Philosophy - 386 pages
Empire's Children looks at works at by Rudyard Kipling, Frances Hodgson Burnett, E. Nesbit, Hugh Lofting, A.A. Milne, and Arthur Ransome for the ways these writers consciously and unconsciously used the metaphors of empire in their writing for children.
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