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Mystery in children's literature : from the rational to the supernatural /

edited by Adrienne E. Gavin and Christopher Routledge.

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Names: Gavin, Adrienne E., | Routledge, Christopher,
Published: Houndmills, Hampshire, UK ; Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, 2001.
Topics: Children's stories, English - History and criticism. | English fiction - 20th century - History and criticism. | American fiction - 20th century - History and criticism. | Children's stories, American - History and criticism. | Detective and mystery stories - History and criticism. | Horror tales - History and criticism. | Supernatural in literature. | Rationalism in literature. | Mystery in literature.
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245 00|aMystery in children's literature :|bfrom the rational to the supernatural /|cedited by Adrienne E. Gavin and Christopher Routledge.
260 |aHoundmills, Hampshire, UK ;|aNew York :|bPalgrave/St. Martin's Press,|c2001.
300 |axiii, 228 p. ;|c23 cm.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tMystery in children's literature from the rational to the supernatural : an introduction /|rAdrienne E. Gavin and Christopher Routledge --|t'so great and beautiful that I cannot write them' : religious mystery and children's literature /|rPat Pinsent --|tNancy's ancestors : the mystery of imaginative female power in The Secret Garden and A Little Princess /|rMary Jeannette Moran --|tJuvenile detective and social class : Mark Twain, Scouting for Girls, and the Nancy Drew mysteries /|rTroy Boone --|tChildren's detective fiction and the 'perfect crime' of adulthood /|rChristopher Routledge --|tDigging up the family plot : secrets, mystery, and the Blytonesque /|rDavid Rudd --|tPlotting the past : the detective as historian in the novels of Philippa Pearce /|rValerie Krips --|tSecret development of a girl writer : Louise Fitzhugh's Harriet the Spy /|rRobin Amelia Morris --|tApparition and apprehension : supernatural mystery and emergent womanhood in Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, and novels by Margaret Mahy /|rAdrienne E. Gavin.
505 00|tPossessed by the beast : subjectivity and agency in Pictures in the Dark and Foxspell /|rClare Bradford --|t'There are worse things than ghosts' : reworking horror chronotopes in Australian children's fiction /|rJohn Stephens and Robyn McCallum --|tMysteries of postmodern epistemology : Stratemeyer, Stine, and contemporary mystery for children /|rKaren Coats --|tHarry Potter and the mystery of ordinary life /|rChristopher Routledge --|tEnigma's variation : the puzzling mysteries of Avi, Ellen Raskin, Diana Wynne Jones, and Chris Van Allsburg /|rAdrienne E. Gavin.
650 0|aChildren's stories, English|xHistory and criticism.
650 0|aEnglish fiction|y20th century|xHistory and criticism.
650 0|aAmerican fiction|y20th century|xHistory and criticism.
650 0|aChildren's stories, American|xHistory and criticism.
650 0|aDetective and mystery stories|xHistory and criticism.
650 0|aHorror tales|xHistory and criticism.
650 0|aSupernatural in literature.
650 0|aRationalism in literature.
650 0|aMystery in literature.
700 1 |aGavin, Adrienne E.,|d1962-
700 1 |aRoutledge, Christopher,|d1968-
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