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Professor Matthew Grenby
'Godwin versus Godwin’: negotiating the war of ideas in Charles Lloyd’s Isabel, A Tale 2023
Professor Matthew Grenby
Godwin’s Popular Stories for the Nursery2021
Professor Matthew Grenby
Dr Elisa Marazzi
Special Issue: European Dimensions of Popular Print Culture2021
Professor Matthew Grenby
Les débuts de la literature enfantine et ses usages. Grande-Bretagne, 1740-18402020
Professor Matthew Grenby
Tarry-at-home antiquarians: children's 'tour books', 1740-18402020
Professor Matthew Grenby
Pay, professionalization and probable dominance? Women writers and the children’s book trade2016
Professor Matthew Grenby
The Anti-Jacobin Novel2016
Professor Matthew Grenby
Children’s and juvenile literature2015
Professor Matthew Grenby
Children’s literature, the home, and the debate on public versus private education, c.1760-18452015
Professor Matthew Grenby
Juvenile and Children’s Literature2015
Professor Matthew Grenby
Swallows and apple pie2015
Professor Matthew Grenby
Thomas Spence, Children’s Literature, and ‘Learning … Debauched by Ambition’2015
Professor Matthew Grenby
Before the Book? Manuscript, Household Reading and the Origins of Children’s Literature2014
Professor Matthew Grenby
Children's Literature, Second Edition2014
Professor Matthew Grenby
Gothic and the Child-reader, 1764-18502014
Professor Matthew Grenby
Persistent pedestrianism: the ‘Tour book’ as an enduring form of children’s instructional literature2014
Professor Matthew Grenby
Reading History in Children's Books2014
Professor Matthew Grenby
The dogs do bark2014
Professor Matthew Grenby
Little Goody Two-Shoes and Other Stories: Originally Published by John Newbery2013
Professor Matthew Grenby
The Novel for Children and the War of Ideas2012
Professor Matthew Grenby
Emerita Professor Kim Reynolds
Children's Literature Studies: A research handbook2011
Professor Matthew Grenby
Captivating enlightenment: eighteenth-century children’s books and the private life of the child2011
Professor Matthew Grenby
History in Fiction: Contextualization as Interpretation in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Kidnapped2011
Professor Matthew Grenby
Novels of Opinion2011
Professor Matthew Grenby
The Child Reader, 1700-18402011
Professor Matthew Grenby
'Very Naughty Doctrines': Children, Children's Literature, Politics and the French Revolution Crisis2011
Professor Matthew Grenby
Children’s Literature: Birth, Infancy, Maturity2009
Professor Matthew Grenby
Dr Andrea Immel
The Cambridge Companion to Children's Literature2009
Professor Matthew Grenby
The Origins of Children's Literature2009
Professor Matthew Grenby
Writing Against Revolution: Literary Conservatism in Britain 1790-18322009
Professor Matthew Grenby
"Surely there is no British boy or girl who has not heard of the battle of Waterloo!" War and Children's Literature in the Age of Napoleon2008
Professor Matthew Grenby
Before Children's Literature: Children, Chapbooks and Popular Culture in Early Modern Britain2008
Professor Matthew Grenby
Children’s Literature2008
Professor Matthew Grenby
Delightful Instruction? Assessing Children’s Use of Educational Books in the Long Eighteenth Century2008
Professor Matthew Grenby
Popular Children's Literature in Britain2008
Professor Matthew Grenby
Chapbooks, Children, and Children's Literature2007
Professor Matthew Grenby
Early British Children's Books: Towards an Understanding of their Users and Usage2007
Professor Matthew Grenby
Rebels Denied a Cause: Fiction, Anti-Jacobinism and the Irish Rebellion2007
Professor Matthew Grenby
British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies: Special Issue: The Cultures of Childhood2006
Professor Matthew Grenby
Tame fairies make good teachers: The popularity of early British fairy tales2006
Professor Matthew Grenby
The Wanderings of Warwick (1794); The Banished Man (1794)2006
Professor Matthew Grenby
Writing Revolution: British Literature and the French Revolution Crisis, a Review of Recent Scholarship2006
Professor Matthew Grenby
"A Conservative Woman Doing Radical Things": Sarah Trimmer and The Guardian of Education2005
Professor Matthew Grenby
Bibliography and children's literature2005
Professor Matthew Grenby
Dorothea; or, A Ray of the New Light. A Novel. By Mrs. Bullock2005
Professor Matthew Grenby
The British Literary Response to the French Revolution2005
Professor Matthew Grenby
The French Revolution and English literature2005
Professor Matthew Grenby
Bibliography and children's literature2004
Professor Matthew Grenby
The Infernal Quixote, by Charles Lucas2004
Professor Matthew Grenby
Politicising the Nursery: British Children's Literature and the French Revolution2003
Professor Matthew Grenby
Adults Only? Children and Children's Books in British Circulating Libraries 1748-18482002
Professor Matthew Grenby
Orientalism and Propaganda: The Oriental Tale and Popular Politics in Late Eighteenth-Century Britain2002
Professor Matthew Grenby
'Real Charity Makes Distinctions': Schooling the Charitable Impulse in Early British Children's Literature2002
Professor Matthew Grenby
The Guardian of Education. A Periodical Work (1802-1806) by Sarah Trimmer. A new edition with an introduction and notes2002
Professor Matthew Grenby
Hockliffe Project website2001
Professor Matthew Grenby
The Anti-Jacobin Novel: British Conservatism and the French Revolution2001
Professor Matthew Grenby
Politicised Fiction in Britain 1790-1810: An Annotated Checklist2000