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10 of the most powerful female characters in literature we’ve been thinking a lot about the women who have had positive and lasting impacts on our lives. Children’s literature: a rhetorical analysis proulx, joseph: editor ([email protected]) robinson, laura: topic expert ([email protected] List of children's literature writers these writers are notable authors of little women, the brownie and the princess kwame alexander – the crossover lloyd. 25 of childhood literature's most beloved female characters, ranked in coolness children's literature has always been full of gals we wanted to be real friends. Interestingly, southey’s version features an old woman (not a goldilocks figure) literature about children was also equally important.