2 edition of American children through their books, 1700-1835. found in the catalog.
American children through their books, 1700-1835.
Monica Mary Kiefer
|Statement||Foreword by Dorothy Canfield Fisher.|
|LC Classifications||PN1009.A1 K5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||48007054|
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"Children's books joined the crusade against the prevailing 'pride and affectation in dress,' and little girls in particular were regaled with alarming examples to prove that 'prettiness is an injury to a young lady, if her behaviour is not pretty likewise'" (Kiefer, American Children Through Their . Janet Adam Smith, Children's Illustrated Books (London: Collins, ); Monica Mary Kiefer, American Children through Their Books, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ), Among the most popular are Select fables, in Three Parts (); General History of Quadrupeds (); and History of British Birds().
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Thank you for your : Monica Kiefer. The changing status of the early American child may be given tangible expression by the books provided the “little men and women” for the period to The very appearance of the small volumes indicates not only an evolution in American tastes and customs but also a transition in adult response to the needs of childhood.
American children through their books, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Monica Mary Kiefer; Dorothy Canfield Fisher. Get this from a library. American children through their books, [Monica Mary Kiefer].
Miss Kiefer's major conclusion is that the American Revolution marked the beginning of the American child's emancipation, and that by one finds the child emerging as a distinct personality not This is not only a book about children's books, but it is also a comprehensive survey of various aspects of child life in America during the.
In this volume Monica Kiefer traces the development of various phases of child life, including religion, manners and morals, education, health and recreation, through an analysis of children's books from towhich year marked the beginning of a trend fostering a view of life more benign and worldly than the previous era of extreme pietism.
American Children Through Their Books Monica Kiefer,Illustrated, 1st Edition, Foreword by Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Very Good condition, in a Very Good dust jacket.
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Monica Mary Kiefer. Adults had concerns regarding the frivolity of amusement, yet as historian Monica Kiefer discussed in her book American Children through their Books –"cautiously accepted juvenile. Kiefer, Monica. iimerican Children Through Their Books, Philadelphia: Univer-sity of Pennsylvania Press, Reading, Children's Books.
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One page is creased in it's bottom corner. This book features poems by Countee Cullen, Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes that will give your child pride in their history and culture.
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We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality. It was not until the late s that American children's literature began to branch out on its own and was no longer dominated by English books and publishing.1 Even then, however, fairy tales were generally frowned upon and children's literature was considered a serious business designed to shape character and preach the dangers of disobedience Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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