Children's literature between the covers

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Author(s)Reynolds K
Publication type Digital or Visual Media
Series TitleModern scholar
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A historical overview of Anglo-American publishing for children from the C18th to the present.
Extent of Work14 lectures and related print materials
ContentsA series of recorded lectures on the history and development of children's literature
PublisherRecorded Books
Place PublishedMaryland, USA
TypeSound recordings and supporting print materials
Performers(s)Kimberley Reynolds
Notes7 sound discs (ca. 8 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.) Contents: Lecture 1. Puritan beginnings and legacies : paragons, prophets, and perdition -- Lecture 2. Inventing the fictional child -- Lecture 3. The child in nature -- Lecture 4. New worlds in childhood I : the world of imagination -- Lecture 5. New worlds in childhood II : the nursery and the school -- Lecture 6. The child in the city : respectable urchins -- Lecture 7. Childhood and modernity : the early twentieth century -- Lecture 8. Fantastic childhoods I : encounters with the self -- Lecture 9. Fantastic childhoods II : children save the world -- Lecture 10. The changing child in the changing family -- Lecture 11. Coming of age : fiction for teens -- Lecture 12. Lost children -- Lecture 13. Child hating and dystopian fiction -- Lecture 14. You can BE Harry Potter : the child and the electronic narrative.
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