The Fictional Role of Childhood in Victorian and Early Twentieth Century Children's Literature

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This book studies canonical children's literature during what is perceived to be the first Golden Age of this genre. Building upon critical studies, such as Jacqueline Rose's The Case of Peter Pan, the instability at the heart of children's literature is examined. The notion that children's fiction promotes a discursive innocence is resisted by ...

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