Artful Dodgers: Reconceiving the Golden Age of Children's Literature

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INDEX
à Beckett, Gilbert, 166–67
Academic Theatre, 159, 225n.17
Acting Naturally (Voskuil), 172
active literacy: Burnett’s promotion of, 35–38; Carroll’s promotion of, 92, 110–24; children’s literature and, 28–29, 38, 42, 127–48, 180–81, 209, 214n.30, 228n.1; Nesbit’s promotion of, 129–48; Stevenson’s promotion of, 71, 91
Acton, William, 204
Actress of All Work, An (play), 161
Adams, Jad, 154
Adams, Maude, 200–201, 203, 231nn.24, 26
Adams, W. Davenport, 185, 188, 201
Adela Cathcart (Ruskin), 213n.21
adolescence, emergence of concept of, 152
adult-child collaboration: in Carroll’s work, 95–98, 101, 112–24; child performers and, 158–59; emergence of, 6–10, 212n.5; in stories featuring child narrators, 49–53, 58–61, 76; in Treasure Island, 81–92; as trope in children’s literature, 6–10, 42, 212n.5
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Twain), 40, 44–45, 216n.3, 217n. 5, 218n.13
Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The (Twain), 28
adventure stories: boys as heroes of, 69; Ewing’s treatment of, 63–68; imperialist and anti-imperialist ideology in, 70–92
Adye, Frederic, 196
age categories, child performers and, 174, 227n.31
age of consent laws, 152, 224n.4
“Age of Innocence. From the picture in the Vernon Gallery” (Carroll cartoon), 93–95, 99
Age of Innocence, The (Reynolds painting), 93–95, 99, 102
Aiken, Lucy, 150
Ainger, Alfred, 21
Alcott, Louisa May, 5, 126, 164–65
Aldington, Richard, 80
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Carroll), 9, 21, 93–98, 110–24, 223n.1; identity in, 5–6; prefatory poem in, 96–98; self-reflexivity in, 92, 126–27; theatrical versions of, 170, 183, 186, 189–91, 193, 199, 229nn.9–10, 230n.22
Allen, William, 152
“All in the Golden Afternoon” (Carroll), 96–98, 208–9
Altick, Richard D., 103
Andersen, Hans Christian, 37, 191, 203
“Anecdote for Fathers” (Wordsworth), 122–23, 221n.16
Anne of Green Gables (Montgomery), 28, 217n.6
Anstey, F., 135, 213n.16
anti-adventure stories: Ewing’s works as examples of, 63–68; Stevenson’s works as example of, 70–92
anti-imperialist ideology in children’s literature, 59–62, 216nn.40, 42, 217n.7, 218n.21
anti-Semitism, in Nesbit’s fiction, 145–46, 223n. 14
Arabian Nights, 37, 59, 132, 135
Ariés, Philippe, 34
Artful Dodger (Dickens character), 3, 153, x
At the Back of the North Wind (MacDonald), 21
Auerbach, Nina, 95, 97, 105, 111
“Auguries of Innocence” (Blake), 26
Aunt Judy’s Magazine, 12
Austin, Linda M., 174
Austin, Stella, 179
Avery, Gillian, 214nn.27, 40, 216n.6
“Babyolatry” (anon.), 10–11, 167, 177, 180
Bacile di Castiglione, Claudia, 52
Baden-Powell, Robert (Lord), 40

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