Wind On The Moon Literature Review

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Literature ReviewDanielsson (2017) propound a research study focusing on the effects of ‘|anthropomorphism used by non human narrators. These effects are not always positive but the scholars of animal studies agrees that anthropomorphisizing animals can be the best way to learn about animals. This study analyzed the children’s novel “The Wind on the Moon” in context of anthropomorphism and human animals differences i.e use of language by non human narrators with in the story. In this novel, narratives of the characters tells a lot about those animals/species,their needs and their consciousness as well. Using theory of narrative it is concluded that the use of narrators in storytelling enables the audience to determine connection and comprehension between different animals. Thus it allow readers to know about animal’s characteristics through anthropomorphism.
Greedts (2016) present this research study which Illustrates the constant exposure to anthropomorphic animals escort children towards expansion of concepts. This study stated that anthropomorphic animals play a role in developing biological and realistic information for the basic learning of children’s towards natural world. This research study provides literature review of previous experimental studies on children’s exposure to anthropomorphic animals and role of these animals in developing factual learning and biological reasoning of children. Research also examines the benefits of anthropomorphism as it supports

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