- Author:Nathalie op de Beeck,John Stilgoe,Mary Liddell
- Publisher:Wayne State University Press; Facsimile Edition edition (May 8, 2009)
- Pages:120 pages
- Subcategory:Education & Reference
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Landscapes of childhood series. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 98-99). Personal Name: Beeck, Nathalie op de. Uniform Title: Landscapes of childhood.
Landscapes of childhood series. Personal Name: Liddell, Mary. Personal Name: Stilgoe, John . 1949-. Rubrics: Machines Juvenile literature. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Growing up on the East Coast, op de Beeck studied at the University of Pennsylvania and graduated with a . she packed up her belongings and moved back to Pennsylvania, furthering her education at the University of Pittsburgh.
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Herausgeber: op de Beeck, Nathalie (E. Part of a series of books which trace the changes in the way that the figure of the 'child' has been represented in literary cultures across the ages. Takes broad definition of the term 'literary cultures' and how they intersect with digital, film, graphic narrative, comics, advertising, and other formats. Features contributions from a broad range of academics across various disciplines.
Nathalie op de Beeck’s extended readings make us eager to explore the .
Nathalie op de Beeck’s extended readings make us eager to explore the energetic, droll, technologically innovative texts for ourselves. Margaret R. Higonnet, University of Connecticut. Nathalie op de Beeck is associate professor of English at Pacific Lutheran University. Paperback: 288 pages.
Illustration by Swedish artist John Bauer ONE LATE AFTERNOON young lad Cedric, dozing after a hard’s day work. Image collections of Swedish artist John Bauer.
Wayne State University Press. Landscapes of Childhood. What others are saying. I'm not an "expert" on collecting children's books - just someone with a hobby. Illustration by Swedish artist John Bauer ONE LATE AFTERNOON young lad Cedric, dozing after a hard’s day work. Art and illustrations from Our Fathers' Godsaga, Swedish Fairy and Folk Tales, Lapp Folk, Swansuit, more.
January 2010 · Modernism/modernity. Once upon a time, there lived a little boy made from the spare parts of a broken train, trolley, and automobile. Little Machinery, from which this synopsis was adapted, is Mary Liddell’s fairy tale of modernity, one that was written specifically for the modern child, published in 1926 by Doubleday, and, though positively received, soon forgotten. In the brief introduction, John Stilgoe identifies the unmistakable influence of the do-it-yourself shop-manual that was popular in the first few decades of the century.
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Nathalie op de Beeck is associate professor of English at Pacific Lutheran University.
When it was published in 1926, Mary Liddell's picture book Little Machinery was both favorably reviewed and well advertised, but it faded quickly from store shelves. Yet the book's constructivism-inspired illustrations and strange cast of characters-centered around an uncanny robot boy who benefits and exploits his woodland home-were ahead of their time. Little Machinery has become a landmark text for scholars of children's studies because it demonstrates how twentieth-century writers and artists addressed child readers and distilled their era's technological hopes and fears for a young audience.
The critical facsimile edition of Little Machinery presents a full-color reproduction of Liddell's original text along with expert commentary on the social and historical contexts for Liddell's work. A foreword by John Stilgoe begins the volume by commenting on 1920s engineering and the gender dynamics at work in Little Machinery. In a revised version of her award-winning critical essay, Nathalie op de Beeck examines Liddell's pictorial storytelling, provides biographical information on Liddell and her editor May Massee, and connects Liddell's work to popular literary and artistic conventions of the 1920s. Op de Beeck discusses early twentieth century developments in technology and media, cultural attitudes toward the environment and natural resources, and Little Machinery's status as a quintessential modernist text that one one reviewer called "the first picture book for modern children."
The complete text and supplementary essays in this critical edition of Little Machinery will allow readers to enjoy Liddell's illustrations, calligraphy, and storytelling within its full social and historical setting. This volume will appeal to scholars of twentieth-century American cultural studies, visual culture, art history, and literature, including enthusiasts of modernism and graphic narrative.