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Childhood in Edwardian Fiction: Worlds Enough and Time Hardcover – 1 Jan 2009

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Childhood in Edwardian Fiction is a collection of original critical essays that explore the Edwardian cult of childhood as expressed in fiction between 1901 and 1914

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ADRIENNE E. GAVIN is a Reader in English at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. She is author of Dark Horse: A Life of Anna Sewell and co-editor of Mystery in Children's Literature and Re-Embroidering the Robe: Faith, Myth and Literary Creation Since 1850.
ANDREW F. HUMPHRIES is a Senior Lecturer in English and Drama Education at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, where he specializes in twentieth-century literature. He is currently working on a PhD in English entitled Motion Human Inhuman: Transport, Travel, and Technological Mobility in the Novels of D.H. Lawrence.

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