Jacqueline S. Bratton

Standard Name: Bratton, Jacqueline S.
Used Form: J. S. Bratton

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Intertextuality and Influence Charlotte Maria Tucker
Literary historian J. S. Bratton maintains that the influence of Thomas Day 's tale The History of Sandford and Merton underlies CMT 's educational and didactic works.
Bratton, Jacqueline S. The Impact of Victorian Children’s Fiction. Croom Helm, 1981.
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Literary responses Charlotte Maria Tucker
J. S. Bratton calls this an extraordinary Gothic tale of an Etonian captured by Italian banditti.
Bratton, Jacqueline S. The Impact of Victorian Children’s Fiction. Croom Helm, 1981.
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Literary responses Hesba Stretton
Critic J. S. Bratton finds this novel meticulous in its social detail, and not dictated by any doctrinaire or socially manipulative intention.
Bratton, Jacqueline S. The Impact of Victorian Children’s Fiction. Croom Helm, 1981.
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Literary responses Charlotte Maria Tucker
The Athenæum's reviewer, George Walter Thornbury , singled out The Shroud for comment. He found the book as a whole a pleasingly-written volume of religious verses, but with no claims to poetic insight. He...
Literary responses Charlotte Maria Tucker
Critic J. S. Bratton calls this book the kind of perversion of well-loved stories which Dickens and others found so reprehensible. She nevertheless maintains that Tucker tells the tales with some zest.
Bratton, Jacqueline S. The Impact of Victorian Children’s Fiction. Croom Helm, 1981.
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Margaret Cutt
Publishing Hesba Stretton
From HS 's detailed Log Books, the scholar Jacqueline S. Bratton has managed to reconstruct much of her early years of journalism. Bratton says these typify relations between mid-century magazines and obscure writers.
Bratton, Jacqueline S. “Hesba Stretton’s Journalism”. Victorian Periodicals Review, pp. 60 -70.
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