By Alfred. Hitchcock
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2000). Holloway and Valentine (2000) also direct attention to the connection between childhood and the countryside. Drawing on the work of Jones (1997), they point out that autobiographies about childhood and children’s books often contain the theme of a rural childhood idyll where children play outdoors, away from parents’ control. In this rural idyll children’s ‘innocence is reproduced through their closeness with and to nature’ (Holloway and Valentine 2000: 17). Whilst nature is often portrayed as idyllic and peaceful, it can also be represented as a grim and unyielding wilderness.
Holloway and G. Valentine (eds), Children’s Geographies: Playing, Living, Learning (London: Routledge). , 1987, An American Childhood (New York: Harper Perenial). , 1996, ‘Waterfalls of song: an acoustemology of place resounding in Bosavi, Papua New Guinea’. In S. Feld and K. Basso (eds), Senses of Place (Santa Fe: SAR Press). Feld, S. and Basso, K. (eds), 1996, Senses of Place (Santa Fe: SAR Press). , 1996, ‘Afterword’. In S. Feld and K. Basso (eds), Senses of Place (Santa Fe: SAR Press). 28 Pia Christensen Gullestad, M.
She refers to Dorothee Neff (1956 in Johannesson 2001) who ascertained that home has different connotations in different countries. In France home is associated with the 32 Gunilla Halldén language, in Russia with the earth, in America with the family and in Scandinavia with nature. So we can note the connection between home and nature as well as the connection between children and nature. The idyllic childhood spent in close contact with nature is, however, threatened by the dangers that can lurk outside.
Berry Best Friends by Alfred. Hitchcock