Table of contents for The idea of nature in Disney animation / David Whitley.

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CONTENTS
Acknowledgements
Introduction. Wild Sentiment: the Theme of Nature in Disney Animation 1
SECTION ONE: FAIRY TALE ADAPTATIONS
1. Domesticating Nature: Snow White and Fairy Tale Adaptation 30
2. Healing the Rift: Human and Animal Nature in The Little Mermaid and
 Beauty and the Beast 66
SECTION TWO: THE NORTH AMERICAN WILDERNESS
3. Bambi and the Idea of Conservation 102
4. Wilderness and Power: Conflicts and Contested Values from Pocahontas 
to Brother Bear 133
SECTION THREE: TROPICAL ENVIRONMENTS
5. The Jungle Book: Nature and the Politics of Identity 164
6. Tropical Discourse: Unstable Ecologies in Tarzan, The Lion King and 
Finding Nemo 194
Bibliography 232

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Disney, Walt, 1901-1966 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Nature in motion pictures.
Animated films and children -- United States.
Animated films -- Psychological aspects.
Animated films -- Social aspects -- United States.