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How did the &apos flat&apos characters of eighteenth-century children&apos s literature become &apos round&apos by the mid-nineteenth While previous critics have pointed to literary Romanticism for an explanation, Jackie C. Horne argues that this shift can be better understood by looking to the discipline of history. Eighteenth-century humanism believed the purpose of history was to teach private and public virtue by creating idealized readers to emulate. Eighteenth-century children&apos s literature, with its impossibly perfect protagonists (and its equally imperfect villains) echoes history&apos s exemplar goals. Exemplar history, however, came under increasing pressure during the period, and the resulting changes in historiographical practice - an increased need for reader engagement and the widening of history&apos s purview to include the morals, manners, and material lives of everyday people - find their mirror in changes in fiction for children. Horne situates hitherto neglected Robinsonades, historical novels, and fictionalized histories within the cultural, social, and political contexts of the period to trace the ways in which idealized characters gradually gave way to protagonists who fostered readers&apos sympathetic engagement. Horne&apos s study will be of interest to specialists in children&apos s literature, the history of education, and book history. History and the Construction of the Child in Early British Children`s Literature: How did the &apos flat&apos characters of eighteenth-century children&apos s literature become &apos round&apos by the mid-nineteenth While previous critics have pointed to literary Romanticism for an explanation, Jackie C. Horne argues that this shift can be better understood by looking to the discipline of history. Eighteenth-century humanism believed the purpose of history was to teach private and public virtue by creating idealized readers to emulate. Eighteenth-century children&apos s literature, with its impossibly perfect protagonists (and its equally imperfect villains) echoes history&apos s exemplar goals. Exemplar history, however, came under increasing pressure during the period, and the resulting changes in historiographical practice - an increased need for reader engagement and the widening of history&apos s purview to include the morals, manners, and material lives of everyday people - find their mirror in changes in fiction for children. Horne situates hitherto neglected Robinsonades, historical novels, and fictionalized histories within the cultural, social, and political contexts of the period to trace the ways in which idealized characters gradually gave way to protagonists who fostered readers&apos sympathetic engagement. Horne&apos s study will be of interest to specialists in children&apos s literature, the history of education, and book history., Ashgate Publishing Ltd

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How did the 'flat' characters of eighteenth-century children's literature become 'round' by the mid-nineteenth? While previous critics have pointed to literary Romanticism for an explanation, Jackie C. Horne argues that this shift can be better understood by looking to the discipline of history. Eighteenth-century humanism believed the purpose of history was to teach private and public virtue. How did the 'flat' characters of eighteenth-century children's literature become 'round' by the mid-nineteenth? While previous critics have pointed to literary Romanticism for an explanation, Jackie C. Horne argues that this shift can be better understood by looking to the discipline of history. Eighteenth-century humanism believed the purpose of history was to teach private and public virtue by creating idealized readers to emulate. Eighteenth-century children's literature, with its impossibly perfect protagonists (and its equally imperfect villains) echoes history's exemplar goals. Exemplar history, however, came under increasing pressure during the period, and the resulting changes in historiographical practice - an increased need for reader engagement and the widening of history's purview to include the morals, manners, and material lives of everyday people - find their mirror in changes in fiction for children. Horne situates hitherto neglected Robinsonades, historical novels, and fictionalized histories within the cultural, social, and political contexts of the period to trace the ways in which idealized characters gradually gave way to protagonists who fostered readers' sympathetic engagement. Horne's study will be of interest to specialists in children's literature, the history of education, and book history. eBooks, Poetry & Drama~~Literature - History & Criticism~~Children's Literature Studies: General, History And The Construction Of The Child In Early British Children's Literature~~EBook~~9781409407898, , History And The Construction Of The Child In Early British Children's Literature, , 9781409407898, Ashgate Publishing LTD, 05/28/2013, , , , Ashgate Publishing LTD

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Jackie C. Horne examines little-studied robinsonnades, historical novels, and didactic history books to show how changes in the writing of history for adults influenced the construction of child characters in Britain during the early part of the nineteenth century. Situated within the cultural, social, and political contexts of the period, Horne's study will be of interest to specialists in children's literature, the history of education, and book history. Children's Literature, Literary Theory & Criticism, History and the Construction of the Child in Early British Children's Literature~~ Horne, Jackie C.~~Children's Literature~~Literary Theory & Criticism~~9781409407898, en, History and the Construction of the Child in Early British Children's Literature, Horne, Jackie C., 9781409407898, Ashgate, 04/01/2011, , , , Ashgate, 04/01/2011

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Jackie C. Horne examines little-studied robinsonnades, historical novels, and didactic history books to show how changes in the writing of history for adults influenced the construction of child characters in Britain during the early part of the nineteenth century. Situated within the cultural, social, and political contexts of the period, Horne's study will be of interest to specialists in children's literature, the history of education, and book history. eBooks Poetry & Drama~~Literature - History & Criticism~~Children's Literature Studies: General History And The Construction Of The Child In Early British Children's Literature~~EBook~~9781409407898~~Jackie C. Horne History And The Construction Of The Child In Early British Children's Literature

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