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You're a Brick, Angela!: A New Look at Girls' Fiction from 1839 to 1975. 1904417124 (ISBN13: 9781904417125).
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You're a Brick, Angela!: New Look at Girls' Fiction from 1840-1975 Hardcover – 19 Feb 1976. by Mary Cadogan (Author). Hardcover from £. 9 2 Used from £. 9 2 New from £303. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
You're a brick, Angela!: The girls' story 1839-1985 (A Gollancz paperback). by Mary Cadogan and Patricia Craig.
book by Patricia Craig. You're a brick, Angela!: The girls' story 1839-1985 (A Gollancz paperback).
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Authors: Cadogan, Mary & Craig, Patricia. Youre a Brick, Angela! : Girls Story from 1839-1985. Title: Youre a Brick, Angela! SKU: 2135334. Condition: Used; Good. You're a Brick, Angela!: Girls' Story from 1839-1985 by Patricia Craig, Mary Cadogan (Paperback, 1986). Pre-owned: lowest price.
Are you sure you want to remove You're a brick, Angela! from your list? You're a brick, Angela! a new look at girls' fiction from 1839-1975. Published 1976 by Gollancz. Books and reading, Children's stories, English, Children's stories, American, History and criticism, Girls, Girls in literature, Internet Archive Wishlist. English-speaking countries.
Literary historian, broadcaster and writer with a fascination for children's literature whose 1976 book You're a Brick, Angela! became a standard text. Mary Cadogan, who has died aged 86, was a literary historian, chronicling the history of children's books, romantic and detective fiction and many other aspects of the popular culture of the last two centuries.
Cadogan, Mary, and Parricia Craig. You're a Brick, Angela! A New Look at Girls' Fiction from 1839 to 1975. Girls' Series Books: A Checklist o( Hardback Books Pub lished 1900-1975. Delighrful funny and rich. Basic for any study of early girls' books. Much like Hudson's work. The Victorian Girl and the Feminme. Indiana University Press, 1982.
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