This book reveals how the periodÃ¢ÂÂs transforming identities affected by social, economic, religious, and national energies offers rich opportunities in which to analyze the relationship between identity and transformation. At the heart of this study is this question: what is the relationship between Victorian childrenÃ¢ÂÂs literature, its readers, and their psychic development?ÃÂ Ruth Y. Jenkins uses Julia KristevaÃ¢ÂÂs theory of abjection to uncover the presence of cultural anxieties and social tensions in works by Kingsley, MacDonald, Carroll, Stevenson, Burnett, Ballantyne, Nesbit, Tucker, Sewell, and Rossetti. ÃÂ
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