Critique

Kritik

Little Red Riding Hood Narrations in the Post-truth Form

Vladimir Propp criticizes the research made before him on the fairy tale in his Morphology of the Folktale and says: "In order to investigate the origins and sources of the fairytale, it is first necessary to know what the fairy tale is" (Rifat 9).

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A Little Away from Earth, a Story Very Close to “Us”: Little Night Cat

Sonja Danowski’s story named Little Night Cat makes the reader think about mercy, animal- human relation and consuming. We can watch the story through Sonja Danowski’s brush as we read it through her pen.

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Dino-Technological Narratives in Children's Literature

Walter J. Ong, in his Orality and Literacy: The Technologizin of the World, emphasizes that the transformative side of technology on human thinking has already been realized through the invention of letters.

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A Real Childhood Lived as a Fiction: My First Novel

My First Novel, which is the first children’s book of Sevin Okyay who is known for her translations, radio programs and cinema writings, was fictionalized as a "special notebook" written by the character named Sevin, a ten years old character.

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Another Carnival: In the Palace by Nâzım Hikmet

It is a known fact that some of Nâzım Hikmet’s texts are published as children’s book separately or in groups apart from his four books series named as Tales and Stories.

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What The Man Who Planted Trees Has Grown

Jean Giono is a writer, who had concerns about the nature especially in his early works, and produced some great works on it.

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What The Dot Tells to Adult Readers

The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds, which has won awards, tells about the need for creative thinking in an era when everything is ready-to-consume.

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Green Cherry as an (Im)Maturity Story

Gülten Dayioglu's Green Cherry series, which is composed of two books, tells the experience of Kiraz, the daughter of a lower class family who migrated to city from village, in the context of the class and cultural problems she faced.

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Putting Children into the World Arithmetic is Good, Birds very Good

Arithmetic is Good, Birds Very Good is the “childish” way of Süreya’s using “unusual images in an unusual way”.

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One Day in Jerusalem in the Context of Suitability for Children

One Day in Jerusalem, whose subject matter is Jerusalem, is the first Turkish children's literature, which is the second book of "Turtle Battuta Diaries" series.