@suit7alibiactive 12 months ago
B. White’s (1945) Stuart Tiny embodies the solitary dwarf motif. A two inches tall child-mouse, lost in New York City could predictably embody the feelings of helplessness, insecurity, insignificance and neglect knowledgeable by children in the adult planet. Modest equals unimportant. But the protagonist is sensible, courageous, and […] View
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