II. Secondary Texts


Acker, Stephen R., "The storyteller's toolkit", in Lea, Martin (ed.), Contexts of Computer-Mediated Communication, Harvester Wheatsheaf, London, 1992.

Auchmuty, Rosemary, "You're a Dyke, Angela! Elsie J. Oxenham and the rise and fall of the schoolgirl story" in Lesbian History Group, Not a Passing Phase: Reclaiming Lesbians in History 1840-1985, The Women's Press, London, 1989, pp119-140.

Auchmuty, Rosemary, A World of Girls, The Women's Press, London, 1992.

Auchmuty, Rosemary and Gosling, Ju (eds.), The Chalet School Revisited, Bettany Press, London, 1994.

Avery, Gillian, Childhood's Pattern: A Study of the Heroes and Heroines of Children's Fiction 1770-1950, Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1975.

Banks, Morwenna, and Swift, Amanda, The Joke's On Us, Pandora, London, 1987.

Barker, Martin, Comics: Ideology, power and the critics, Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1989.

Barthes, Roland, S/Z, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1974.

Berger, Arthur Asa, Media Analysis Techniques, Sage, London, 1982.

Bilski, Gill, "Confessions of a Chalet School Collector", in Auchmuty, Rosemary and Gosling, Ju (eds.), The Chalet School Revisited, Bettany Press, London, 1994, pp283-308.

Blaziwk, Ilona (ed.), An Endless Adventure . . . An Endless Passion . . . An Endless Banquet: A Situationist Scrapbook, Verso and the Institute of Contemporary Art, London, 1989.

Blishen, Edward, "Who's afraid of Enid Blyton", in Variety is King - A Symposium: Aspects of Fiction for Children, School Library Association, Oxford, 1977.

Blyton, Enid, The Story of My Life, Pitkins, London, 1952.

Brazil, Angela, My Own Schooldays, Blackie & Son, London, 1925.

Cadogan, Mary and Craig, Patricia, You're A Brick, Angela! The Girls' Story 1839-1985, Victor Gollancz, London, 1976.

Cadogan, Mary, Chin Up Chest Out Jemima!, Bonnington Books, Haslemere, 1989.

Carpenter, Humphrey, and Prichard, Mari, The Oxford Companion to Children's Literature, Oxford University Press, 1984.

Cherland, Meredith Rogers, Private Practices: Girls Reading Fiction and Constructing Identity, Taylor & Francis, London, 1994.

Collin, S.M.H. (ed.), Dictionary of Multimedia, Peter Collin Publishing, Teddington, Middlesex, 1995.

Copson, Belinda, and Sims, Sue (eds.), Folly, Nos 1, 3-6, 8-12, 14-17 (private publication).

Cordiner, Anne, "Goodbye Joey", The Scotsman, March 1970.

Cotton, Bob and Oliver, Richard, Understanding Hypermedia, Phaidon Press Ltd, London, 1993.

Cridland, Clarissa, and Mackie-Hunter, Ann (eds.), Friends of the Chalet School, Nos 21-31 (private publication).

Crouch, Marcus, Treasure Seekers and Borrowers: Children's Books in Britain 1900-1960, The Library Association, London, 1962.

Davies, Russell, Ronald Searle: A biography, Sinclair-Stevenson, London, 1990.

Deegan, Denise, Daisy Pulls it Off, Samuel French, London, 1985 (©1983).

Deegan, Denise, "School Composition", in Cadogan, Mary (ed.), Chin Up Chest Out Jemima, Bonnington Books, Haslemere, 1989, pp123-8.

Dixon, Bob, "Enid Blyton and her Sunny Stories" in Catching Them Young with Political Ideas, Pluto Press, London, 1977.

Dent, H.C., The Education Act 1944, University of London Press, London, 1968.

Dixon, Bob, Catching Them Young 2, Political Ideas in Children's Fiction, Pluto Press, London, 1977.

Dohm, Janice, "The work of Enid Blyton", in Variety is King - A Symposium: Aspects of Fiction for Children, School Library Association, Oxford, 1977.

Dorfman, Ariel, The Empire's Old Clothes: What the Lone Ranger, Babar and other innocent heroes do to our minds, Pluto Press, London, 1983.

Dyhouse, Carol, Girls Growing Up in Late Victorian and Edwardian England, Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd, London, 1981.

Eyre, Frank, British Children's Books in the Twentieth Century, Longman, London, 1971.

Farran, Denise, "Analysing a photograph of Marilyn Monroe", in Stanley, Liz (ed.), Feminist Praxis, Routledge, London, 1990, pp262-273.

Finch, Janet, " 'It's Great to Have Someone to Talk to': the Ethics and Politics of Interviewing Women", in Bell, Colin, and Roberts, Helen (eds.), Social Researching: Politics, Problems, Practice, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1984, pp70-87.

Fisher, Margery, Intent Upon Reading: A Critical Appraisal of Modern Fiction for Children, Brockhampton Press, Leicester, 1961.

Fiske, John, "The Cultural Economy of Fandom", in Lewis, Lisa A. (ed.), The Adoring Audience: Fan Culture and Popular Media, Routledge, London, 1992, pp30-49.

Foster, Shirley, and Simons, Judy, "Angela Brazil: The Madcap of the School" in What Katy Read: Feminist Re-Readings of 'Classic' Stories for Girls, Macmillan, London, 1995.

Freeman, Gillian, The Schoolgirl Ethic, Allen Lane, London, 1976.

Frith, Gill, "The Time of Your Life: The Meaning of the School Story", in Language, Gender and Childhood, Steedman, Carolyn, Urwin, Cathy and Walkerdine, Valerie (eds.), Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, 1985, pp113-136.

Godfrey, Monica, Elsie Jeanette Oxenham and her books, Autolycus Publications, London, 1979.

Gorham, Deborah, "The Ideology of Femininity and Reading for Girls, 1850-1914", in Hunt, Felicity (ed.), Lessons for Life: The schooling of girls and women 1850 - 1950, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1987, pp39-59.

Gregory, R.L., "Ways forward for the psychologist: alternative fictions", in Barton, Griselda, Meek, Margaret, and Warlow, Aidan (eds.), The Cool Web: The Pattern of Children's Reading, The Bodley Head, London, 1977, pp393-8.

Grossberg, Lawrence, "Is there a Fan in the House?: The Affective Sensibility of Fandom, in Lewis, Lisa A. (ed.), The Adoring Audience: Fan Culture and Popular Media, Routledge, London, 1992, pp50-68.

Harding, D.W., "What happens when we read?", in Barton, Griselda, Meek, Margaret, and Warlow, Aidan (eds.), The Cool Web: The Pattern of Children's Reading, The Bodley Head, London, 1977, pp58-72.

Humm, Maggie, The Dictionary of Feminist Theory, Harvester Wheatsheaf, London, 1989.

Humphrey, Judith, "My God, It's the Head!, in Auchmuty, Rosemary and Gosling, Ju (eds.), The Chalet School Revisited, Bettany Press, London, 1994, pp213-251.

Hunt, Felicity, "Divided Aims: the Educational Implications of Opposing Ideologies in Girls' Secondary Schooling, 1850-1940, in Hunt, Felicity (ed.), Lessons for Life: The schooling of girls and women 1850 - 1950, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1987, pp3-21.

Hunt, Peter, Criticism and Children's Literature, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1991.

Inglis, Fred, The Promise of Happiness: Value and Meaning in Children's Fiction, Cambridge University Press.

Jenkins, Henry, " 'Strangers No More, We Sing': Filking and the Social Construction of the Science Fiction Fan Community", in Lewis, Lisa A. (ed.), The Adoring Audience: Fan Culture and Popular Media, Routledge, London, 1992, pp208-236.

Jenson, Joli, "Fandom as Pathology: The Consequences of Characterization", in Lewis, Lisa A. (ed.), The Adoring Audience: Fan Culture and Popular Media, Routledge, London, 1992, pp9-29.

Kamm, Josephine, Hope Deferred, Girls' Education in English History, Methuen, London, 1965.

Kamm, Josephine, Indicative Past: A Hundred Years of the Girls' Public Day School Trust, George Allen and Unwin, London, 1971.

Landow, George P., Hypertext: The Convergence of Contemporary Critical Theory and Technology, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1992.

Landow, George P., "What's a Critic to Do?", in Landow, George P., (ed.), Hyper/Text/Theory, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1994.

Launder, Frank, The Wildcats of St Trinian's, Fontana, London, 1980.

Lawson, John & Silver, Harold, A Social History of Education in England, Methuen & Co Ltd, London, 1973.

Lewis, C.S., "The reader and all kinds of stories", in Barton, Griselda, Meek, Margaret, and Warlow, Aidan (eds.), The Cool Web: The Pattern of Children's Reading, The Bodley Head, London, 1977, pp76-90.

Lewis, Lisa A. (ed.), The Adoring Audience: Fan Culture and Popular Media, Routledge, London, 1992.

Löfgren, Eva, Schoolmates of the Long-Ago: Motifs and Archetypes in Dorita Fairlie Bruce's Boarding School Stories, Symposium Graduale, Stockholm, 1993.

Lovell, Terry, Consuming Fiction, Verso, London, 1987.

Lurie, Alison, Don't Tell the GROWN-UPS: Subversive Children's Literature, Bloomsbury, London, 1990.

Maney, Mabel, The Case of the Not-So-Nice Nurse, Cleis Press, Pittsburgh, 1993.

Marshall, Arthur, Girls will be Girls, Hamish Hamilton, London, 1974.

Marshall, Arthur, Smile Please, Hamish Hamilton, London, 1982.

Marshall, Arthur, Life's Rich Pageant, Hamish Hamilton, London, 1984.

McClelland, Helen, Behind the Chalet School, New Horizon, Bognor Regis, 1981 and Bettany Press (revised edition), London, 1996.

McClelland, Helen, Elinor M Brent-Dyer's Chalet School: A collection of stories, articles and competitions (additional material by Helen McClelland), Armada, London, 1989.

McClelland, Helen, "In Search of Elinor", in Auchmuty, Rosemary and Gosling, Ju (eds.), The Chalet School Revisited, Bettany Press, London, 1994, pp29-66.

McKellar, Peter, "Most popular author", in Meek, Margaret, Warlow, Aidan and Barton, Griselda (eds.), The Cool Web: The pattern of children's reading, The Bodley Head, London, 1977.

Meek, Margaret, Warlow, Aidan and Barton, Griselda, The Cool Web: The pattern of children's reading (eds.), The Bodley Head, London, 1977.

Mitchell, Sally, The New Girl, Girls' Culture in England 1880-1915, Columbia University Press, New York, 1995.

Modleski, Tania, Loving With a Vengeance, Mass-Produced Fantasies for Women, Archan Books, Hamden, Conn., 1982.

Montefiore, Janet, "The Fourth Form Girls Go Camping: Sexual Identity and Ambivalence in Girls' School Stories", in Still, Judith and Worton, Michael (eds.), Textuality and Sexuality: Reading Theories and Practices, Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1993, pp173-192.

Muir, Percy, English Children's Books 1600-1900, Batsford, London, 1954.

Mullan, Bob, The Enid Blyton Story, Boxtree, London, 1987.

Neale, Stephen, Genre, British Film Institute, London, 1980.

Oakley, Ann, "Interviewing Women: A Contradiction in Terms?", in Roberts, Helen (ed.), Doing Feminist Research, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1981, pp30-61.

Oram, Alison, "'Embittered, Sexless or Homosexual': Attacks on spinster teachers 1918-1939", in Not a Passing Phase: Reclaiming Lesbians in History 1840-1985, Lesbian History Group, The Women's Press, London, 1989, pp99-118.

Quigly, Isabel, The Heirs of Tom Brown: The English School Story, Oxford University Press, 1984.

Rabiger, Michael, Directing the Documentary, Focal Press, London, 1992.

Radway, Janice A., Reading the Romance: Women, Patriarchy and Popular Literature, Verso, London, 1987.

Ray, Sheila, The Blyton Phenomenon: The controversy surrounding the world's most successful children's writer, Andre Deutsch, London, 1982.

Ray, Sheila, "The Literary Context", in Auchmuty, Rosemary and Gosling, Ju (eds.), The Chalet School Revisited, Bettany Press, London, 1994, pp97-138.

Raymond, Janice, A passion for friends: Towards a philosophy of female friendship, The Women's Press, London, 1986.

Reinharz, Shulamit, Feminist Methods in Social Research, Oxford University Press, 1992.

Reynolds, Kimberley, Girls Only? Gender and Popular Children's Fiction in Britain, 1880-1910, Harvester Wheatsheaf, London, 1990.

Richards, Jeffrey, "The School Story" in Butts, Dennis, (ed.), Stories and Society: Children's Literature in its Social Context, Macmillan, London, 1992.

Rose, Jacqueline, The Case of Peter Pan, or the impossibility of children's fiction, Macmillan, London, 1984.

Rosenthal, Alan, Writing, Directing and Producing Documentary Films, Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville, 1990.

Rowbotham, Judith, Good Girls Make Good Wives: Guidance for Girls in Victorian Fiction, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1989.

Rustin, Margaret and Michael, Narratives of Love and Loss: Studies in Modern Children's Fiction, Verso, London, 1987.

Salway, Lance, Reading About Children's Books: An Introductory Guide to Books About Children's Literature, National Book League, London, 1986.

Searle, Ronald, Hurrah for St Trinian's! and Other Lapses, Macdonald, London, 1948. Foreword by D.B. Wyndham Lewis.

Searle, Ronald, The Female Approach, Macdonald, London, 1949. With a letter from Sir Max Beerbohm.

Searle, Ronald, Back to the Slaughterhouse and Other Ugly Moments, Macdonald, London, 1951.

Searle, Ronald, Souls in Torment, Perpetua, London, 1953. With a Preface and short dirge by C. Day Lewis.

Searle, Ronald, The St Trinian's Story, Penguin, London, 1959.

Searle, Ronald, The Curse of St Trinian's: The Best of the Drawings, Pavilion, London, 1993.

Searle, Ronald and "Shy, Timothy" (D.B.Wyndham Lewis), The Terror of St Trinian's, Max Parrish, London, 1952.

Searle, Ronald, and Williams, Geoffrey, Down with Skool!, Max Parrish, London, 1953.

Searle, Ronald, and Williams, Geoffrey, How to be Topp, Max Parrish, London, 1954.

Searle, Ronald, and Williams, Geoffrey, Whizz for Atoms, Max Parrish, London, 1956.

Sims, Sue, "The Series Factor", in Auchmuty, Rosemary and Gosling, Ju (eds.), The Chalet School Revisited, Bettany Press, London, 1994, pp253-281.

Spender, Dale, Nattering on the Net: Women, Power and Cyberspace, Spinifex Press, Melbourne, 1995.

Stanley, Liz [ed.], Feminist Praxis, Routledge, London, 1990.

Stanley, Liz, & Wise, Sue, "Method, methodology and epistemology in feminist research process", in Stanley, Liz (ed.), Feminist Praxis, Routledge, London, 1990, pp20-62.

Stoney, Barbara, Enid Blyton: A Biography, Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1974.

Tatham. C.S., "Yesterday's Schoolgirls", in The Junior Bookshelf, December 1969.

Tinkler, Penny, Constructing Girlhood: Popular Magazines for Girls Growing Up in England 1920-1950, Taylor & Francis, London, 1995.

Townsend, John Rowe, Written for Children: An Outline of English-Language Children's Literature, Garnet Miller, London, 1965.

Trease, Geoffrey, Tales out of School: A Survey of Children's Fiction, Heinemann, London, 1949.

Tucker, Nicholas, "Ditchwater at the Chalet School", in The Times Educational Supplement, 3 July 1970.

Tucker, Nicholas, "The Blyton enigma", in Variety is King - A Symposium: Aspects of Fiction for Children, School Library Association, Oxford, 1977.

Tucker, Nicholas, The Child and the Book: A Psychological and Literary Exploration, Canto, Cambridge, 1981.

Wilson, Elizabeth, Only Halfway to Paradise: Women in Postwar Britain: 1945-1968, Tavistock Publications, London, 1980.


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