Themes In Children's Literature

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“The moment you doubt whether you can fly. You cease forever to be able to do it” said by J.M Barrie Peter. “There are some themes, some subjects, too large for adult fiction; they can only be dealt with adequately in a children’s book. Adult literary fiction, stories are there on sufferance. Other things are felt to be more important: technique, style, literary knowingness.” (Northern Lights, Philip Pullman). In adult literature people can’t fly, animals don’t talk, but in children literature all this can be possible to happen. There is more space for the Author to write. Here we will discuss the themes and some subject that it’s too large for adult fiction; they can be only dealt with adequately in a children’s book. Northern Light Novel…show more content…
Children literature is about the literature what the adults write, but as well as what the children and adult read. Adults are exercising power and children are either influence or oppose treatment. Children’s books are not blameless or simple. If children’s literature fails to present young people ways of thinking about themselves and their own world. They can make a difference and help them create a conversation of their own as political subjects. Certainly, the writers of children’s literature will necessarily have an agenda. Even those writers who claim to be nothing but performer have their own ideological behavior, their own ideas of what is good and what is bad, what is right and what is wrong. Their own ways of seeing the world is not suitable that they should not in some way express this in their writing influence or…show more content…
People rule to guide Lyra through a lot of harms, dangers, and long journey to reach to the North and that was the knowledge. “In many ways Lyra was a barbarian. What she liked best clambering over the College roofs with Roger, the Kitchen boy who was her particular friend to spit plum-stones on the heads of passing Scholars or to hoot like owls outside a window where a tutorial was going on; or racing through the narrow street or stealing apples form the markets, or waging war.” (Philip Pullman, Northern Lights). He involved the Dust that considered as a key plot appliance in his novel. Came form the sky, and gather with adults. It is understood by the church that as an original sin. Therefore, the church decided to destroy. Lord Asriel believe it has the power to improve the world. Biological viewpoint adulthood is the sexual maturation of the body. Development is the summit when Dust commences to combine around the person. The church decide to avoid Dust from becoming friendly to

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