1 edition of Conceptualizing Cruelty to Children in Nineteenth-Century England found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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Led by his belief in and desire to preach his social gospel and broad church Christianity, Dickens had no hesitation in manipulating biblical stories and sermons to suit his purposes.
Eighteenth-century children's literature, with its impossibly perfect protagonists and its equally imperfect villains echoes history's exemplar goals. Each case has its own chapter, depicting the events which led the protagonists into the courtroom, the legal outcome and the judicial pronouncements made to justify this, as well as exploring the broader setting in which the proceedings took place.
If you are a postmodern posthumanist, you might argue, "But the animals in literature did not write their own accounts. This view is based on the admittedly striking fact that the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals the RSPCA was founded in 1824, almost sixty years before a local chapter of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children was founded and Conceptualizing Cruelty to Children in Nineteenth-Century England years before it became a national society.
Drawing on a variety of texts, including novels by Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Mrs Henry Wood, and Charlotte Yonge, as well as parenting magazines of the time, childrearing manuals, and advertisements, this study analyses how their representations of infancy and infant care utilised and shaped an iconography that has become definitional of the Victorian age itself.
Combining nuanced close readings of individual texts with persuasive interpretations of their influences and limitations, Flegel's book makes a significant contribution to the history of childhood, social welfare, the family, and Victorian philanthropy. In a larger sense, Flegel's text participates in a that has been ongoing in the work of Child-Loving: The Erotic Child and Victorian Culture and Jacqueline Rose The Case of Peter Pan: The Impossibility of Children's Fiction as well as scholarship specifically focused on childhood and the Victorian novel Laura Berry's The Child, the State, and the Victorian Novelthe Lydia Murdoch's Imagined Orphans: Poor Families, Child Welfare, and Contested Citizenship in Londonand the Romantic child Judith Plotz's Romanticism and the Vocation of Childhood.
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With its lists of key works, rich cross-referencing, extensive bibliographies, and explications of scholarly trajectories, the book is a crucial resource for graduate students and advanced undergraduates, while offering invaluable support to more seasoned scholars.
Geographically, racially, and socio-economically, however, its field is limited. These included John Keats, Leigh Hunt, Charles Lamb, Hartley Coleridge, Thomas De Quincey and Thomas Hood. While the NSPCC aimed to construe child abuse as a classless crime to avoid criminalizing working-class families who often relied upon child wage earners, the brouhaha over child life insurance as a possible source of income for impoverished families revealed "deep-rooted fears about the lower classes" 146.
Combining nuanced close readings of individual texts with persuasive Conceptualizing Cruelty to Children in Nineteenth-Century England of their influences and limitations, Flegel's book makes a significant contribution to the history of childhood, social welfare, the family, and Victorian philanthropy. Ultimately, Clapp-Itnyre shows how children's hymns complicate our understanding of the child-adult binary traditionally seen to be a hallmark of Victorian society. It clarifies, sorts, and assesses the representations of child speech in American fiction.
While hymn books appear to distinguish 'the child' from 'the adult', intricate issues of theology and poetry - typically kept within the domain of adulthood - were purposely conveyed to those of younger years and comprehension. Unlike other literature of the era, hymn books were often compilations of many writers' hymns, presenting the discerning child with a multitude of perspectives on religion and childhood.
This guide is aimed at scholars who want to know the most significant critical approaches in Victorian studies, often written by the very scholars who helped found those fields. In the period of the French Revolution, terms of childishness were used against such writers as Wordsworth, Keats, Hunt and Lamb as a tool of political satire.
This study examines the presentation of children and child language in American fiction by applying general linguistic principles as well as specific findings from child language acquisition research to children's speech in literary texts.
This division, Flegel contends, enables men like 's to be read as Oliver's rescuer and benefactor.
Summary In the first five months of the Great War, one million men volunteered to fight.
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Artful Dodgers is just as insightful about texts for which there exists no accepted reading: texts which have disappeared from print, and thus from the canon and from our syllabi.