"History from Below": Time-Slip Narratives and National Identity

@article{Cosslett2002HistoryFB,
  title={"History from Below": Time-Slip Narratives and National Identity},
  author={T. Cosslett},
  journal={The Lion and the Unicorn},
  year={2002},
  volume={26},
  pages={243 - 253}
}
  • T. Cosslett
  • Published 2002
  • Sociology
  • The Lion and the Unicorn
1906 Rudyard Kipling, Puck of Pook’s Hill 1906 Edith Nesbit, The Story of the Amulet 1908 Edith Nesbit, The House of Arden 1939 Alison Uttley, A Traveller In Time 1954 Lucy Boston, The Children of Green Knowe 1957 Gillian Avery, The Warden’s Niece 1958 Philippa Pearce, Tom’s Midnight Garden 1963 Clive King, Stig of the Dump 1966 William Mayne, Earthfasts 1972 K. M. Peyton, A Pattern of Roses 1973 Nina Bawden, Carrie’s War 1973 Penelope Lively, The Ghost of Thomas Kempe 1974 Penelope Lively, The… Expand
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