Fantasy and Feminism at Waterstones Piccadilly

Last week, I went to a panel discussion on feminism and fantasy at Waterstones Piccadilly. I left with a hugely expanded TBR.

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Dialogism in Sarah Fielding’s The Governess or, Little Female Academy (1749)

I got a good mark for this essay so here it is for your reading pleasure.

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May/June Reading Roundup

I’m just not going to get around to writing individual posts so in the meantime here’s a summary of what I’ve been reading.

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4th CRCL Symposium on Cognitive Approaches to Children’s Literature

On Thursday the 5th of July, 2018, I got up at 5am, hopped on a train from Tottenham Hale, and jetted off to Cambridge for the Cambridge University Centre for Research in Children’s Literature’s 4th Symposium on Cognitive Approaches to Children’s Literature.

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Moonrise by Sarah Crossan

Joe Moon’s brother is on death row for a crime he says he didn’t commit.

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Shortlisted for the YA Book Prize 2018

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