British Children’s Literature on Crimean War: Alfred Henty’s Jack Archer: History of Crimea

British Children’s Literature on Crimean War: Alfred Henty’s Jack Archer: History of Crimea

This essay is a part of our series, Literature and the World

In this article the author analyses G. A. Henty’s Jack Archer: History of Crimea (1883) not only as one of the few British novels directly using the ‘Crimean’ storyline, but as a novel for children that inherited the tradition of British Bildungsroman and appeared to be a new stage in development of this genre in British literature.

Key words: British literature, A.G.Henty, Bidungsroman, Crimean War.

SaranaCrimeanArticlesSpring2016themiddlegroundjournal.org

Edited by Jill Gaeta and Teresa Kent Todd

(c) 2016 The Middle Ground Journal, Number 12, Spring, 2016. http://TheMiddleGroundJournal.org See Submission Guidelines page for the journal’s not-for-profit educational open-access policy.

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