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From: Children's Literature Association Quarterly[(essay date summer 2001) In the following essay, Butler explores the thematic relationship between Garner's Red Shift and the myth of "Tam Lin."] In his 1975 lecture, "Inner Time," the British writer Alan Garner...
From: Arthuriana[(essay date summer 2003) In the following essay, Miller uses Philip's The Tale of Sir Gawain, a contemporary retelling of the Arthurian legend from Gawain's point of view, for a study of the suitability of Arthur...
From: Children's Literature Association Quarterly[Below, Reimer analyzes the integration of myth in Garner's Stone Book Quartet.] I don't think it can be finished.... I think this valley really is a kind of reservoir. The house, look, smack in the middle, with the...
From: A Century of Welsh Myth in Children's Literature[(essay date 1998) In the following essay, White examines how Celtic myth, in particular, the Mabinogi chronicles, influenced the creation of The Owl Service.] In the thirty-four years following the publication of...
From: Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts[(essay date 1998) In the following essay, Sullivan reviews potential reasons for Garner's conclusion to The Owl Service, specifically, why Garner credits Roger with the solution to breaking the Mabinogion cycle rather...
From: Children's Literature Association Quarterly[(essay date fall 1989) In the following essay, Reimer studies the role that family history, familial dynamics, and the power of place histories play in the young adult novels of Garner's Stone Book Quartet.] I don't...
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