Children's literature on the move
Politics and ideology in children's literature
The seventh volume in the Studies in Children's Literature series, this volume examines how children’s books retain the ability to transform, activate, indoctrinate or empower their readers. From...
Author/Editor: Marian Thérèse Keyes & Áine McGillicuddy editors
Studies in children's literature
This volume, the third collection of studies in children's literature, explores the political, social and cultural divisions that dominate children's books, ranging over Irish and international topics and...
Author/Editor: Mary Shine Thompson & Valerie Coghlan, editors
Children's fiction, 1765–1808
by John Carey; Margaret King Moore, Lady Mount Cashell; and Henry Brooke
The present volume offers a pioneering selection of stories for children, published between 1765 and 1808 by Irish authors. Learning better than House and Land (1808) is...
Author/Editor: Anne Markey, editor
The country of the young
Interpretations of youth and childhood in Irish culture
Throughout the history of modern Ireland, cultural representations of youth and childhood have served as focal points for discussions of social and political issues. Topics for the essays...
Author/Editor: John Countryman & Kelly Mathews, editors