Table of contents for Culturing the child, 1690-1914 : essays in memory of Mitzi Myers / edited by Donelle Ruwe.

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Acknowledgements										Introduction
	Donelle Ruwe										
Part 1: Creating the Contexts of Children's Literature
1	The Book on the Bookseller's Shelf and The Book in the English Child's Hand
	Ruth B. Bottigheimer									
2	Virtue in the Guise of Vice: The Making and Unmaking of Morality from Fairy Tale 	Fantasy
	Karen E. Rowe									
3	"Delightful Task!": Women, Children and Reading in the Mid-Eighteenth Century
	Julia Briggs										
Part 2: Reading the Rational Dames
4	Mother of All Discourses: Anna Barbauld's Lessons for Children
	William McCarthy									
5	Gender, Nationalism, and Science in Hannah More's Pedagogical Plays for Children
	Marjean D. Purinton									
6	"A Conservative Woman Doing Radical Things": Sarah Trimmer and The Guardian of 	Education
	M. O. Grenby									 
Part 3: The Politics of Pedagogy and the Child
7	The Making and Un-Making of a Children's Classic: The Case of Scott's Ivanhoe
	Bruce Beiderwell and Anita Hemphill McCormick				 
8	Heroism Reconsidered: Negotiating Autonomy in St. Nicholas Magazine (1873-1914)
	Susan R. Gannon									
9	Worlds of Girls: Educational Reform and Fictional Form in L. T. Mead's School Stories
	Mavis Reimer										
Part 4: Remembering Mitzi Myers
10	Mitzi Myers: A Memoir (9 October 1939-5 November 2001)
	Patsy Myers										
11	The Scholarly Legacy of Mitzi Myers
	Gillian Adams with Donelle Ruwe						 
12	A Bibliography of Mitzi Myers's Scholarly Works
	Donelle Ruwe										
About the Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Children's literature -- History and criticism.
Children -- Books and reading -- History -- 19th century.
Myers, Mitzi.