Children in 19th-century art reflect nation’s fears, dreams


Image courtesy of National Library of Wales

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  1. Annika Perry says:

    Adrienne, thank you for sharing this link. It was fascinating to read about their lives and writing endeavours and also taught me a new word for the day: Paracosm – ‘Like the Brontës, the Nelsons created an imaginary world—what scholars call a “paracosm”—and all of their stories took place inside of it.’

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    1. A new word for me too. I love writing a series because it’s the same. You create a world and it’s all yours. 🙂

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