Opening the Nursery Door: Reading, Writing, and Childhood, 1600-1900

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Mary Hilton, Morag Styles, Victor Watson
Taylor & Francis US, 1997 - 242 páginas
Opening the Nursery Door is a fascinating collection of essays inspired by the chance discovery of the nursery library of Jane Johnson (1706-59), wife of a Buckinghamshire vicar. The discovery of this tiny archive - which contained her poems and stories for children - captured the scholarly interest of social anthropologists, historians, literary scholars, educationalists and archivists and opened up a range of questions about the nature of childhood within English cultural life over three centuries.
The contributors to this book focus on the cultural and social history of children's literature and literacy development from several different perspectives. It reconsiders the central importance of literacy practices in childhood in its examination of the process by which children came to read and write. At the centre is the work of Jane Johnson and the many ways in which her archive has prompted us to raise important questions about women, children and literacy.
 

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CHILDS PLAY OR FINDING THE EPHEMERA
17
A VERY PRETTY STORY TO TELL
31
Ibid p 606
45
WOMEN TEACHING READING TO POOR CHILDREN
47
SAMUEL RICHARDSONS AESOP
65
JOHN NEWBERY AND TOM TELESCOPE
80
ParentChild relations from 1500 to 1900
88
WOMEN WRITERS
91
MARY
117
FROM THE FRONT LINE
133
WOMEN WRITING
142
THE DOMESTIC AND THE OFFICIAL CURRICULUM
161
CRIMINALS QUADRUPEDS AND STITCHING
199
SOME CHILDHOOD
215
Index
235
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DEFENCE OF MRS TRIMMER 104 DEFENCE OF MRS TRIMMER
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