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Representing Africa in Children’s Literature explores how African and Western authors painting adolescence in modern African societies, significantly reading the dominant photographs of Africa and Africans in books released among 1960 and 2005. The ebook makes a speciality of modern children’s and younger grownup literature set in Africa, interpreting concerns concerning colonialism, the politics of illustration, and the demanding situations posed to either "insiders" and "outsiders" writing approximately Africa for kids.

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