Children’s literature

The following is a list of articles that have been written about Priscilla’s contribution to children’s literature.

 Dougal, Theresa A. ‘Teaching Conduct or Telling a New Tale? Priscilla Wakefield and The Juvenile Travellers’. In Eighteenth-Century Women: Studies in Their Lives, Work and Culture, 1 (2001): 299-319.

Graham, Ruth. ‘Juvenile Travellers: Priscilla Wakefield’s Excursions in Empire’. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 38, 3 (2010): 373-393.

Hill, Bridget. ‘Priscilla Wakefield as a Writer of Children’s Eduational Books’. Women’s Writing 4, no. 1 (1997): 3-14.

Kroeg, Susan M. ‘Class Mobility: Priscilla Wakefield’s A Family Tour through the British Empire (1804)’, Kentucky Philological Review 19 (2004): 24-29.

Shteir, Ann B. ‘Priscilla Wakefield’s Books “for the Instruction and Amusement of Young Persons”’, The Friends’ Quarterly 25, no. 2 (1988): 90-96.

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