Here Lies Arthur Suggested Reading

Here Lies ArthurADAMSON, L.G., 1994. Recreating the Past: a Guide to American and World Historical Fiction for Children and Young Adults.Westport, Conn. ; London: Greenwood Press.

COLLINS, F.M. and GRAHAM, J., 2001. Historical Fiction for Children: capturing the past. London: David Fulton.

DE GROOT, J., 2010. The Historical Novel. Abingdon: Routledge.

DE GROOT, J., 2009. Consuming History: Historians and Heritage in Contemporary Popular Culture. London: Routledge.

DENNIS, I., 1997. Nationalism and Desire in Early Historical Fiction. London: Macmillan.

FLEISHMAN, A., 1971. The English historical novel : Walter Scott to Virginia Woolf. Baltimore ; London: Johns Hopkins Press.

HEILMANN, A. and LLEWELLYN, M., 2007. Metafiction and Metahistory in Contemporary Women’s Writing, A. HEILMANN and M.

LASCELLES, M., 1980. The Story-teller Retrieves the Past: Historical Fiction and Fictitious History in the Art of Scott, Stevenson, Kipling, and some others. Oxford: Clarendon.

HUTCHEON, L., 1996. Postmodern Paratextuality and History. Texte-revue de Critique et de Theorie Litteraire, 5, pp. 301-312.

HUTCHEON, L., 1988. A Poetics of Postmodernism : history, theory, fiction. New York ; London: Routledge.

KEENAN, C., 1997. Reflecting A New Confidence: Irish Historical Fiction for Children. The Lion and the Unicorn, 21(3), pp. 369-378.

LASCELLES, M., 1980. The Story-teller Retrieves the Past: Historical Fiction and Fictitious History in the Art of Scott, Stevenson, Kipling, and some others. Oxford: Clarendon.

LUCAS, A.L., ed, 2003. The Presence of the Past in Children’s Literature. Conneticut: Praeger Publishers.

LUKACS, GEORG (TRANSLATED BY HANNAH AND STANLEY MITCHELL), 1962. The Historical Novel. London: Merlin Press Ltd.

MCCALLUM, R., 1999. Ideologies of Identity in Adolescent Fiction: the Dialogic Construction of Subjectivity. New York ; London: Garland.

MITCHELL, K. and PARSONS, N., 2012. Reading historical fiction: the revenant and remembered past. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

PENNELL, V. 2003. Exploring our heritage: An overview of recent Canadian historical fiction for children and young adults. School Libraries in Canada, 22(3), pp. 5.

RAHN, S., 1991. Historical Fiction and Nonfiction for Children. The Lion and the Unicorn: A Critical Journal of Children’s Literature, 15(1),.

SHAW, H.E., 1983. The Forms of Historical Fiction: Sir Walter Scott and his Successors. Ithaca ; London: Cornell University Press.

STREAMAS, J., 2008. Narrative Politics in Historical Fictions for Children. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, 10(2), pp. no pagination-no pagination.

SUZANNE RAHN, 1991. An Evolving Past: The Story of Historical Fiction and Nonfiction for Children. The Lion and the Unicorn,15(1), pp. 1-26.

USREY, M. 1983. A Milestone of Historical Fiction for Children: Otto of the Silver Hand. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 8(2), pp. 25-26.

WILSON, K., 2008. The Past Re-imagined: Memory and Representations of Power in Historical Fiction for Children. International Research in Children’s Literature, 1(2), pp. 111-124.

WILSON, K., 2011. Re-visioning Historical Fiction for Young Readers: The Past through Modern EyesLondon: Routledge.



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