By Susan Fisher
Susan R. Fisher additionally considers how the illustration of the conflict has replaced in Canadian kid's literature. in the course of the battle, the clash used to be continuously offered as noble and exciting, yet fresh Canadian kid's books paint a really diversified photo. What as soon as used to be appeared a morally uplifting fight, wealthy in classes of carrier and sacrifice, is now awarded as unnecessary slaughter. This shift in tone and content material finds profound alterations in Canadian attitudes not just in the direction of the 1st international conflict but in addition in the direction of patriotism, accountability, and the shaping of the ethical citizen.
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Boys and Girls in No Man's Land: English-Canadian Children and the First World War by Susan Fisher