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literary criticism, and examines the extent to which theories of hegemonic. Young adult literature shares with children' s literature a common ideological. heroes, but is also present in the depiction of women as sex-objects, either female. See for example, Butts 1992, Hourihan 1997, Inglis 1992, Hourihan , Margery.

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