The land of story-books : Scottish children's literature in the long nineteenth century / edited by Sarah Dunnigan and Shu-Fang Lai.
- Glasgow : Scottish Literature International, 
- Occasional papers (Association for Scottish Literary Studies); no. 23.
Book collections on Project MUSE.
Occasional papers ; number 23
1 online resource (xxix, 445 pages).
- Children's stories, Scottish -- History and criticism.
English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
English fiction -- Scottish authors -- History and criticism.
Children -- Books and reading -- Scotland -- History -- 19th century.
- Educating the female child : debates from the Scottish periodical press in enlightenment Scotland, 1750-1800 / Rhona Brown
The young person's Sir Walter : Scott and the nineteenth-century child reader / Paul Barnaby
'Entertaining and instructing histories' : children's chapbook literature in the nineteenth century / Valentina Bold
Nature versus nurture : Robert Chambers as a writer for children / Shu-Fang Lai
The Scottish nursery muse : Scottish poetry and the children's verse tradition in the Victorian period / Kirstie Blair
Gaelic tradition and the Celtic revival in children's literature in Scottish Gaelic and English / Sìm Innes and Kate Louise Mathis
Historical facts and 'romantic daring' : Thomas Nelson & Sons, the adventure tale, and the late-Victorian education market / Anne Marie Hagen
Symbolism and empire : Stevenson, Scott, and toy soldiers / Adam Kozaczka
The darkening island : Stevenson, Barrie, and the perils of childhood / Timothy S. Hayes
Colonising Neverland : British motherhood as imaginative play in J.M. Barrie's Peter and Wendy / Rodney M.D. Fierce
'Staunch little democrat that he was' : humanitarian sentiment, social reform, and political idealism in Eleanor Atkinson's Greyfriars Bobby / David Salter
Youthful visionaries in Margaret Oliphant's fin-de-siecle fiction / Anne Stapleton
A Scottish child's memento mori : language, folklore, and landscape in George MacDonald's Ranald Bannerman's boyhood / J. Patrick Pazdziora
Betwixt-and-between : Barrie, Shakespeare, and playing at childhood / Caitlin R. Hansen
Two telling tales : didacticism as a means of feminine empowerment in Catherine Sinclair's Holiday House and Dinah Mulock Craik's Alice Learmont / Linda Claridge Middup
Romance, death and other predicaments : guidance for the young in the fiction of Mary Gordon (Mrs. Disney Leith) / Janet Powney and Jeremy Mitchell
Unlocking Scottish balladry and folklore in George MacDonald's 'The golden key' / Linden Bicket
'A great, unlimited world'? Imaginative locations in the fairy tales of Jessie Saxby and Violet Jacob / Sarah Dunnigan
'To children and others' : audience, advertising, and the reception of Andrew Lang's fairy books (1889-1910) / Sara M. Hines
'It is lovely to be five' / Lyn Stevens, Danielle Howarth, Morgan Boharski, Joanna Witkowska.
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- Lai, Shu-Fang, editor.
Dunnigan, Sarah, 1971- editor.
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