The Enemy Without: Post-1945 British Animal Fantasy and the Safety of Home Space
AbstractAccording to Sands-O'Connor, Empire lingers on in British animal fantasy long after Britain officiates at its funeral. Masquerading as rhetoric for the good old days, it becomes clear that child readers are taught some pretty unsavory values by some of our favorite furry friends.
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