3 edition of Orphan texts found in the catalog.
by Manchester University Press, Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin"s Press in Manchester, New York, New York
Written in English
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|Pagination||vii, 158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
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In one of the first studies of its kind, Orphan texts seeks to insert the orphan, and the problems its existence poses, in the larger critical areas of the family and childhood in Victorian culture. In doing so, Laura Peters considers certain canonical texts alongside lesser known works from popular culture in order to establish the context in which discourses of orphanhood by: Orphan Texts: Victorian Orphans, Culture and Empire [Peters, Laura] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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"The study argues that the prevalence of the orphan figure can be explained by considering the family. The family and all it came to represent - legitimacy, race and national belonging - was in crisis. In order to reaffirm itself the family needed a scapegoat: it found one in the orphan figure.
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Orphan texts book Tom Sawyer: Sawyer’s parents are not in the picture, and his friend Huck may as well be an orphan considering his waste-of-space Pops. Two young boys + the banks of the Mississippi + no parental guidance = legendary mischief.
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Orphaned Books. Janu // by Wendy Lawton // 34 Comments. Blogger: Wendy Lawton. Her mom carried on, as best she could, so the little ‘half-orphan’ and her siblings did the same. Then one day, a dashing man came and swept her mom off her feet and married her.
He gave her a big house on a nice street and they lived happily ever Author: Wendy Lawton. The vulnerable and miserable condition of the orphan, as one without rights, enabled it to be conceived of, and treated as such, by the very institutions responsible for its care.
Orphan texts will be of interest to final year undergraduates, postgraduates, academics and those interested in the areas of Victorian literature, Victorian studies, postcolonial studies, history and popular : Laura Peters.
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The development of orphan drug regulations over the. Children’s books have to be thrilling enough to keep their young readers engaged. An orphan’s past can provide the mystery and suspense a story needs to keep interest.
Our protagonists usually don’t know much about their parents, and this opens up a world of secrets waiting to be written. Perhaps even a magical : Jennifer Marer. Orphan texts will be of interest to final year undergraduates, postgraduates, academics and those interested in the areas of Victorian literature, Victorian studies, postcolonial studies, history and popular one of the first studies of its kind, Orphan texts seeks to insert the orphan, and the problems its existence poses, in the.
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Between andmore thanorphaned or abandoned children were sent west on orphan trains to find new homes. Some were adopted by loving families; others were not as fortunate.
In recent years, some of the riders have begun to share their stories. Andrea Warren alternates chapters about the history of the orphan trains with the story of Lee Nailling, who in rode an orphan /5(9).
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The orphan leads the reader through a maze of experiences, encountering life's threats and grasping its opportunities. Being the focus of the story’s interest, he or she is a naïve mirror to the qualities of others. In children’s fiction, of course, the orphan will eventually find the happiness to compensate for being deprived of parents.
Read Orphan Train absolutely for free at (19). Popular orphan adventure narratives, such as Peter Buchan's The Orphan Sailor: A Tragic Tale of Love, of Pity, and of Woe, construct discourses of civilisation, patriotism and imperialism.
The male orphan figure is a popular device in narratives that not only explore social power structures and imperial ideology but which also encode notions of Author: Laura Peters.
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