Moral Messages From the Prairie : A Study of Little House on the Prairie
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An examination of the television adaptation of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House on the Prairie series that addresses the success and significance of the show, including the historical context of the 1970s and the content of the show itself. Three key values are considered: faith, community, and the understanding of differences.
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