The Horn Book Magazine. Jan-Feb, 2007, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p41, 7 p.
Children's books -- Social aspects and Racism in literature
At a lecture at the Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books in Toronto recently, Peter Schakel of Hope College, Michigan, described C. S. Lewis's understanding of the function of imagination [...]
Children's literature, American, Children's literature, American -- History and criticism, Race relations in literature, and Racism in literature
Papers of a two-time winner of the Juvenile Literature Award presented annually by the North Carolina branch of the American Association of University Women. Includes manuscripts, correspondence, and clippings concerning her books, Eating Crow (1988) and Talking Turkey (1990).
Drama, Dramatists, Historians, Racism in literature, Women in literature, Women dramatists, Women historians, World War, 1939-1945 -- Drama, Drama, Dramatists, Historians, Literature, Racism in literature, Women dramatists, Women historians, Women in literature, Scripts (documents), Drama, Dramatists, and Historians
6 mimeographed scripts written by Catherine Mulholland for stage productions, 1965-1984. Included are White girl: An adventure in six scenes (1965); Revelation (1967); Monday morning: A domestic scene in one act (1967); Family living (1984); In the dark (1982); and The Lincoln Memorial (1967). Mulholland's works touch on racial issues in California, American home life, domestic roles of women, and World War II. Accompanied by Linda's bad morning, undated, by C. M. Hurley.
School Library Journal. Sept, 2007, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p14, 1 p.
Little, Brown and Company Inc. -- Target marketing, Little, Brown and Company Inc. -- Ethical aspects, Graphic novels -- Ethical aspects, Book publishing -- Ethical aspects, Book publishing -- Target marketing, Racism in literature, and Tintin in the Congo (Graphic novel) -- Criticism and interpretation
Tintin in the Congo for kids? Little, Brown Books for Young Readers had a change of heart and reversed its decision to reissue the controversial 1931 comic book as a [...]
Publishers Weekly. April 29, 1996, Vol. 243 Issue 18, p23, 1 p. photograph
Barricade Books Inc. -- Ethical aspects -- 00278466, Racism in literature, Publishing industry -- Ethical aspects, and The Turner Diaries: A Novel (Novel)
Barricade Books' publishing of William Pierce's bigoted book 'The Turner Diaries' brings about a moral dilemma between free speech and human decency. Barricade defends its right to publish the book, but some groups are against it because of where the profits would go and its repercussions among Americans.