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Re: [xmca] Child Development in Film and Literature: Help!
Cat's Eye by Margaret Atwood
On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 6:43 AM, Avis Ridgway <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Check out young Australian film maker Genevieve Bailey and her new
> release" I am Eleven"
> A suggestion worth investigating....
> In the film, Gen interviews a number of 11 years old around the world and
> ties it into the moments in her life remembering what it was like when she
> was 11. It has had good reviews in Australia.
> On 19/09/2012, at 12:19 AM, mike cole wrote:
> > I am thinking of teaching a course on the way the process of child
> > development
> > is represented in film and literature. Mostly I am aimed at fiction, but
> > classic studies
> > such as "7 up" would count, I guess, but the focus is on fiction. Just
> > lecture on the topic.
> > Frankenstein is on my list.
> > 400 Blows
> > South Park TV program
> > The Simpsons...
> > I would really welcome suggestions.
> > mike
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