Search all titles Search all collections.
- A Casebook of Medical Ethics.
- World Poverty: New Policies to Defeat an Old Enemy (Studies in Poverty, Inequality & Social Exclusion).
- Research it with Articles!
Your Account Logout. Edited By Sara K.
Day, Miranda A. Green-Barteet, Amy L. Edition 1st Edition.
First Published Imprint Routledge. This article interrogates the ways that material feminism can expand literary understandings of materiality, adolescence, and gender in the female young adult novel.
Best Dystopian Books
Specifically, material feminism invites scholars to interrogate the mutually implicating rel Fiona McCulloch 2 Estimated H-index: 2. Published on Jan 1, in Children's Literature.
Suzanne Roszak 1 Estimated H-index: 1. In YA texts by Sandra Cisneros and Veronica Roth, the social injustice of segregation and the pressure to forsake hybrid identities shape the coming-of-age process. Published on Nov 1, Stephanie Vega.
Real and metaphorical hunger: the case of The Divergent Trilogy. Cristina Paravano University of Milan.
Female rebellion in young adult dystopian fiction
Roth portrays a dystopian future developing a multifaceted concept of hunger, both real and figurative, and using food as a cultural metaphor. The trilogy is set in a post-apocalyptic Chicago, whose population is divided into five allegorical factions, according to a number of personal and social cha Az egyik legjobb szakirodalom, amit a szakdolgozatomhoz volt alkalmam elolvasni.
Odaszegezett a lapokhoz. Sara K. Day szerk.