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From: Lion and the Unicorn[(essay date April 1997) In the following essay, Drout explores Cooper's use of Anglo-Saxon source materials for her creation of the The Dark is Rising sequence.] Legendary, mythological, and historical materials have...
From: Reflections of Change: Children's Literature Since 1945[(essay date 1997) In the following essay, Scott explores Cooper's expressions of magic throughout her books, describing her evolving view of magic as indicative of the changing rules of the fantasy genre itself.]...
From: Children's Literature Association Quarterly[(essay date spring 1991) In the following essay, Veeder laments Cooper's promotion of male authoritative modes that place its juvenile and, especially, its female characters into submissive roles in the The Dark is...
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