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Leland Jacobs on Children's Literature

Leland Jacobs explains that children should go beyond their simple like or dislike of a story and appreciate the unique emotions it evokes. He feels that students must move beyond an understanding of the words and actions of a story, for great literature transcends the printed work and affects our perceptions of the world.
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Aug 30, 1991
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