The Loss of Narrative Innocence
The Development of Narrative Consciousness from Child to Adolescent
This interdisciplinary study examines the loss of narrative innocence in adolescents' narratives. The study analyzes the development of narrative consciousness and narrative writing abilities by comparing and contrasting the narratives of children (ages eight to eleven) with those of adolescents (ages fifteen to eighteen) from public schools in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The methodology used is literary analysis.
Published online: 01 January 1998
Cited by 4 other publications
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