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425 Abbotsford, library of, 44, 87 Walter Scott as laird of, 33 Abdy, Maria, 75–76 ‘A Young Lady’s Wish’, see Chambers, Robert Abel, E. Lawrence, 101 The Academy (periodical), 379, 385, 393 n. 50 Acton-Adams, Marian (‘Jeanie Hering’), xvii Adam and Charles Black (publishers, Edinburgh), 26 Collection for Schools from the Works of Sir Walter Scott, 26 History of Scotland (abridged from Tales of a Grandfather), 26 see also Scott, Walter: Use in schools of Adams, Robert, see Ballantine, James: ‘Castles in the Air’ Adlington, William translator of Apuleius, 380 see also Apuleius Adventures, ix, xviii, xxi, xxii, xxiii, 42, 57, 87, 92, 158–73, 174–88, 229, 262, 284–85, 292, 328, 360, 396 see also British Empire see also Highwaymen see also Jacobitism Africa, see British Empire ‘Alathea’, 6, 8–9, 13 see also The Bee (periodical) Alaya, Flavia, 142 ‘Albanicus’, 3–4 see also The Bee (periodical) Alcock, Deborah, 159 see also Evangelicalism Alcott, Louisa M. Little Women, 409–10 Alderson, Brian, 397 see also Lang, Andrew: Works: Fairy Books series Alexander Gardner (publisher, Paisley), 84 Alison, James (Jim), viii Treasure Islands, x see also Renton, Ronald Altick, Richard, 380 Andersen, Hans Christian, 79, 307, 352, 363, 365, 370, 371, 372, 375, 392, 412–13 The Little Mermaid, 370–71, 413 ‘The Snow Queen’, 352 Visits Edinburgh, 79 see also Copenhagen see also Howitt, Mary see also Nunnally, Tiina Anderson, Alexander, 97 ‘Jenny wi’ the Airn Teeth’, 97 Anderson, Christopher, 111 n. 18 The first book which is used in the Gaelic circulating schools, 111 n. 18 see also Schoolbooks: in Gaelic Anderson, James, 3 see also The Bee (periodical) Anglo Catholicism (High Church Anglicanism), see Religious denominations Angus, David, 198 Angus, Marion, 357, n. 3 Appin Murder, 182 see also Jacobitism Apuleius, 380 ‘Cupid and Pysche’, translated Adlington, 380 see also Lang, Andrew Arabian Nights, 378, 381, 391 see also Lang, Andrew: Works see also The Thousand and One Nights Archaeological Review, 379 Arnold, F. S., see Rivingtons (publisher): Rivingtons’ English School Classics Arnold, Samuel, 47 Juvenile Amusements, 47 Art Nouveau, 369, 375 Japonisme, 369–70 Arthur, 109, 123 see also Tom Thumb The Athenaeum Journal (periodical), 95, 307, 378, 385, 393–94, 396 Atkinson, Eleanor Stackhouse, xv, xxi, 224–34, 236–39, 241–42 Greyfriars Bobby, xix, xx, xxi, xxiii, 224–43 ‘Auld Jock’, 226–28, 230–34, 236, 237, 240, 242 see also Dogs Auerbach, Nina, 298, 305 ‘Auld Jock’ (Greyfriars Bobby), see Atkinson, Eleanor Stackhouse d’Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine Le Jumel de Barneville, Baroness, 392 Austin, April Louise, 66, 78 Avery, Gillian, 247, 299 Index 426 index Bacon, Francis, 8 Bagehot, Walter, 25–26 Balfour, David (Kidnapped), 176, 178 Ballads, xiv, xxiv, 8–9, 62, 84, 87, 88, 91–93, 247, 299, 305–12, 345–52, 370 ‘Catskin’ ‘Clark Colven’, 349 see also Border ballads see also Lyle, Emily Ballantyne, R. M., x, xii, xviii, 64, 159–61, 165, 167, 192–98, 201, 203–04, 205 The Coral Island, x, 192–96, 198, 200, 203 A World of Ice, 167 see also Kane, Elisha Kent The Young Fur Traders, 160 see also Evangelicalism Ballantine, James, 85, 93 ‘Castles in the Air’, 93, 101–02 set to music by Robert Adams, 101 The Gaberlunzie’s Wallet, 101 Songs for the Nursery, 85, 101 Banks, Sir Joseph sister of, 43 Barbauld, Anna Laetitia, 77, 302 Evenings at Home, 302 Hymns in Prose for Children, 302 Baring Gould, Sabine, 333 Barnaby, Paul, xv, xviii, 20–41, 419 Barnes, William, 88 Barrett, Elizabeth, see Scott, Walter: Child readers of Barrie, David, 220 Barrie, David junior, 220–21 Barrie, J. M., ix, x, xii, xv, xxiii, 192–96, 202–05, 208–09, 212–13, 215, 219, 220–21, 281–93, 352, 357, 365, 375 Dumfries, 286, 287, 288, 290 Moat Brae House, 286, 286 n. 20 Works The Auld Licht Idylls, 285, 287 The Greenwood Hat, 286 The Little White Bird, 284 Margaret Ogilvy, 221, 285–86 Peter and Wendy (play, 1904), 192–93, 201, 208, 219 Peter and Wendy (novelisation, 1911), 192–93, 201, 203, 205, 208 Peter Pan, ix, xi, xviii, xxii, xxiii, 208, 209, 219, 221, 284, 285, 289, 357 Shakespeare’s Legacy, 287 see also Britishness see also Darling children see also Darling, Mr see also Darling, Mrs see also Englishness see also Lost Boys see also Mermaid’s Lagoon see also Peter Pan (character) see also Pirates see also Smee see also Tinkerbell see also Wendy Barrie, Margaret, née...

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9781908980304
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9781908980298
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1104628745
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476
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2019-06-15
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English
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