Borders. Children’s literature and its intersections

Emma Beseghi
Children’s literature travels from one era to another, from one age to another (from early childhood to early adulthood), overcoming boundaries thanks to the many translations, while it is crossed by several genres and is contamined by them. For a long time, children’s literature has been combined with the creation of metaphors. Childhood metaphors that represent the best way to penetrate and investigate the shadowlands of the childhood universe beyond the thick and homologating mist...
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