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Take Up Thy Bed and Walk: Death, Disability and Cure in Classic Fiction for Girls

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"The Secret Garden" is a classic story of a miracle cure. Such stories contain an implicit morality: that disability is a punishment, and can be cured by moral improvement and "mind over matter". This study explores the representation of disabled characters in children's fiction. Hide synopsis

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