GRANDPARENTS IN LITERATURE — A reflection on fictional grandparents
In Johanna Spyri’s famous novel, Heidi, Grandfather is what so many grandparents are for children, both in life and in fiction – a source of love and kindness, a mentor and giver of knowledge and experience, a person who has time for the orphaned child and provides her with a stable home, and a symbol of continuity and the passing of time.
Lately, I have been giving some thought to grandparents in literature. Which ones are good and kind, which ones are horrid?
This entertaining and detailed 14-page guide includes a companion list of books for further reading. Just perfect for discussions and book clubs!
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