Narratives of child neglect in romantic and Victorian culture

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Narratives of child neglect in romantic and Victorian culture

Galia Benziman

Palgrave Macmillan, 2012

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 214-246) and index

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内容説明

Contextualizing the topos of the neglected child within a variety of discourses, this book challenges the assumption that the early nineteenth century witnessed a clear transition from a Puritan to a liberating approach to children and demonstrates that oppressive assumptions survive in major texts considered part of the Romantic cult of childhood.

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Acknowledgements Introduction Concepts of Childhood and Adult Responsibility: Locke, Rousseau, More, and Edgeworth Redeeming or Silencing the Child's Voice: Blake and Wordsworth Child Neglect as Social Vice: Trollope, Tonna, and Working-Class Subjectivity The Split Image of the Neglected Child: Dickens Aged Children and the Inevitability of Being Neglected: Hardy Works Cited Index

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