English and American children’s literature differ from Scandinavian when it comes to the depiction of death. Verbal and visual differences range from the type of characters portrayed to the messages offered about who dies and what happens once they are dead. This may be explained by the disparate religious impact on people’s lives in the English-speaking and Scandinavian-speaking countries respectively, senior lecturer B.J. Epstein, University of East Anglia, England, argues in this article, which is the result of NBI-stipendet in 2020.
|Specialist publication||Norsk Barnebokinstitutt|
|Publication status||Published - 2 Jul 2021|