5 edition of The strange child found in the catalog.
A magical being comes into the unhappy lives of a brother and sister, leading them into a world of fantasy and adventure.
Adaptation of: Das fremde Kind.
|Statement||E.T.A. Hoffmann ; illustrated by Lisbeth Zwerger ; translated and adapted by Anthea Bell.|
|Contributions||Zwerger, Lisbeth, ill., Hoffmann, E. T. A. 1776-1822.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.B399 St 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||84008404|
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Anthea Bell OBE (born ) was an English translator who has translated numerous literary works, especially children's literature, from French, German and Danish to English.5/5(3). The Strange Child examines how the Japanese financial crisis of the s gave rise to "the child problem," a powerful discourse of social anxiety that refocused concerns about precarious economic futures and shifting ideologies of national identity onto the young.1/5(2).
ALAN HOLLINGHURST is the author of the novels The Stranger's Child, The Swimming-Pool Library, The Folding Star, The Spell, and The Line of Beauty, which won the Man Booker Prize and was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award.
He has received the Somerset Maugham Award, the E. Forster Award of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the James Tait Black Memorial Cited by: "Stranger Child is Rachel Abbott's fourth book but rest assured, she hasn't run out of good ideas yet.
I love a good psychological thriller and this one definitely has the thrill aspect at its heart assisted by the fast pace full of tension from the opening sentence."/5(K). Written from the perspective of young Lucy Lewis, ten-year-old daughter of a novelist and his fractious Southern wife, Strange Children examines the lives of the /5(8).
The Strange Child examines how the Japanese financial crisis of the s gave rise to "the child problem," a powerful discourse of social anxiety that refocused concerns about precarious economic futures and shifting ideologies of national identity onto the young.
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Some years after the slaughter of her family. Stranger Child is book 4 in the DCI Tom Douglas series, I would say this has been the best story in the series so far. The prologue starts with Caroline Joseph driving home from a party with her 6 year old daughter Natasha.
Caroline receives a phone call while driving/5. In many ways, The Stranger's Child has the same qualities as his previous novels. It is elegant, seductive and extremely enjoyable to read, and Author: Theo Tait.
Also included in this edition is the short story, The Strange Child. A brother and sister meet a strange child in the woods. Rather creepy story making it a unique addition with The Nutcracker/5.
It is published here alongside another lesser-known tale, The Strange Child, in which a young brother and sister meet an unusual playmate in the woods and have to deal with a sinister new schoolmaster. Deliciously dark, endlessly imaginative and funny, Hoffmann’s stories still /5(2). Introduction The Strange Child, Education, Neoliberal Patriotism.
If we do not know what a child is, then it becomes impossible to invest in their sweet self-evidence, impossible to use the translucent clarity of childhood to deny the anxieties we have about our psychic, sexual and social being in the world.
1 If the conduct of individuals or collectivities appeared to require conducting, this. InDr. Steven Ryan, professor of English at Austin Peay State University, with assistance from John McDonald, artistic director for the Roxy Theatre, adapted The Strange Children for the stage and presented a reading at the Roxy.
The Strange Child offers a very demanding and multi-faceted approach to understanding how schools and families have been affected by economic and political changes during Japan’s enduring recession.
The book’s title refers to the various ways that the inability and unwillingness of Japan’s children to be well-behaved and untroubled is interpreted as inscrutable by their parents and teachers. The Stranger is a children's book written in by the American author Chris Van tells a story of a stranger with no memory of who he is or where he is from.
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The Strange Child examines how the Japanese financial crisis of the s gave rise to "the child problem," a powerful discourse of social anxiety that refocused concerns about precarious economic futures and shifting ideologies of national identity onto the young. Andrea Gevurtz Arai's ethnography details the different forms of social and cultural dislocation that erupted in Japan starting in.
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Seen through the eyes of young Lucy Lewis, ten-year-old daughter of a novelist and his fractious Southern wife, the lives of the Lewises and their friends.He was dissatisfied with what he saw as fragmented approaches to the study of human development, each with its own level of analysis (child, family, society, economics, culture, etc.), and was fond of saying that “Much of contemporary developmental psychology is the science of the strange behavior of children in strange situations with /5(3).