The Secret Garden Suggested Reading

The Secret GardenBOËTHIUS, U., 1997. ‘Us Is Near Bein’ Wild Things Ourselves’: Procreation and Sexuality in The Secret Garden. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 22(2), pp. 188-195.

CARPENTER, H., 1985. Secret gardens: a study of the golden age of children’s literature. Boston: G. Allen & Unwin.

DANIELLE E. PRICE, 2001. Cultivating Mary: The Victorian Secret Garden. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 26(1), pp. 4-14.

DARCY, J., 1995. The Representation of Nature in The Wind in the Willows and The Secret Garden. The Lion and the Unicorn: A Critical Journal of Children’s Literature, 19(2), pp. 211-222.

FOSTER, S. and SIMONS, J., 1995. What Katy read: feminist re-readings of ‘classic’ stories for girls. London: Macmillan.

FRANCES E. DOLAN, 2013. Mastery at Misselthwaite Manor: Taming the Shrews in The Secret Garden. Children’s Literature, 41(1), pp. 204-224.

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HELEN BROWN, 2011. The real Secret Garden: Children’s books On the centenary of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s best-loved story, Helen Brown visits the corner of Kent behind the myth. The Daily Telegraph, 22.

HORNE, J.C. and SANDERS, J.S., eds, 2011. Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden: A Children’s Classic at 100. Maryland, Plymouth: Scarecrow Press. (Click on title to follow link)

KUTZER, M.D., 2000. Empire’s children: empire and imperialism in classic British children’s books. London: Garland Pub.

PARSONS, L.T., 2002. ‘Otherways’ into the Garden: Re-Visioning the Feminine in The Secret Garden. Children’s Literature in Education, 33(4), pp. 247-268.

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PHILLIPS, J., 1993. The Mem Sahib, the Worthy, the Rajah and His Minions: Some Reflections on the Class Politics of The Secret Garden. The Lion and the Unicorn: A Critical Journal of Children’s Literature, 17(2), pp. 168-194.

PHYLLIS BIXLER KOPPES, 1978. Tradition and the Individual Talent of Frances Hodgson Burnett: A Generic Analysis of Little Lord Fauntleroy, A Little Princess, and The Secret Garden. Children’s Literature, 7(1), pp. 191-207.

RUTH Y. JENKINS, 2011. Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden: Engendering Abjection’s Sublime. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 36(4), pp. 426-444.

SALLY SIMS STOKES, 2004. Noel Streatfeild’s Secret Gardens. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 29(3), pp. 172-206.

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SEBAG-MONTEFIORE, M., 2008. Women writers of children’s classics. Tavistock: Northcote House.

SILVER, A.K., 1997. Domesticating Bronte’s Moors: Motherhood in The Secret Garden. The Lion and the Unicorn, 21(2), pp. 193-203.

SINGH, R.B., 2004. Goodly is our heritage : children’s literature, empire, and the certitude of character. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow.

STEPHEN D. ROXBURGH, 1979. “Our First World”: Form and Meaning in The Secret Garden. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 1979(1), pp. 165-177.

THWAITE, A., 1974. Waiting for the party: the life of Frances Hodgson Burnett 1849-1924. London: Secker & Warburg.

WILKIE, C., 1997. Digging Up The Secret Garden: Noble Innocents or Little Savages? Children’s Literature in Education, 28(2), pp. 73-83.

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