Looks mostly at adolescent novels but also some for children that represent subjectivity as being dialogically constructed through interrelationships with others, through language, and/or in a relation to social and cultural forces and ideologies. Novels are also selected that use overtly dialogical narrative strategies to structure the narrative and to represent subjectivity and intersubjectivity.
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