Article : Keeping It New: Experimentalism In Children’s Fiction


Keeping It New: Experimentalism In Children’s Fiction


Saptarshi Roy

To perceive the globe via the gaze at of a kid can be stimulating in a number of frameworks. Even whilst experimental workings zoom on themes like science fiction, fantasy and horror—being evidently projected for a mature readership— an air of pubescent peripheral nature hovers about them nevertheless. Experimental/ inventive/ audacious fiction efforts to engorge the promises of fiction as a literary form and does so on the ability of the form itself; not to amplify shared or scholarly censure or to intercede in considerate argument—although such stuff might be a roundabout corollary, as is recurrently adequate the case in all level-headed narrative. Accurately experimental works are twisted out of a combination/mash up of old and new rudiments.

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