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Table of Contents Introduction: "The English Middle Classes of the Late Eighteenth Century and the Impetus for Pedagogical Reform." Chapter I: "The Coach and Six: Chapbook Residue in Late Eighteenth-Century Children's Literature." Chapter II: "Class Relations in Middle-Class Children's Literature: Interacting with and Representing the Poor and the Rich." Chapter III: "The Medical Management of the Late Eighteenth-Century Child." Chapter IV: "Towards the Self-Regulating Subject: Teaching Discipline in Pedagogical Systems and Children's Books." Chapter V: "Molding the Middle-Class Subject of the Future: Applied Lessons and the Construction of Gender Roles." Conclusion: "The Trajectory of Children's Literature into the Early Nineteenth Century: Moving Towards a Middle-Class Form of Fantasy." Notes Works Cited
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Children's literature, English History and criticism, English literature 18th century History and criticism, Children Books and reading Great Britain History 18th century, Children Great Britain History 18th century