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Alcott’s Little Women (1868), and Margaret Sidney’s Five Little Peppers and How They Grew remains evident but it is also important to acknowledge the growing complexities within these families and an increasing interest in the individual characters and their feelings; an interest which continues to feature in contemporary children’s literature.
But these changes are set against ﬁrmly established patterns and ideals that remain, I contend, unchanged in this period: the devotion to family; the need on the part of the child character to satisfy and gratify parental ﬁgures; the venture out into the world and the idealised return to the bosom of family; the sibling ‘pecking order’ so redolent of Foucauldian theories of discipline; and the constant promotion of a speciﬁc ideological and idealised family unit. 1818–1839 the Early to Mid-Nineteenth Century Sherwood’s The History of the Fairchild Family (1818), Catherine Sedgwick’s Home (1835), and Sinclair’s Holiday House (1839) are all very insular texts which concentrate on the family; the action usually takes place within the family and is the concern of the family members.
Such an experience serves to strengthen the idea of family; the family unit is represented as essential and godgiven and as a result all members must do their utmost to preserve it. This notion of almost losing, or actually losing, a family member and thereby reinforcing the importance of the whole family is equally evident in modern children’s literature, where death is replaced with divorce or separation. In Fine’s Madame Doubtﬁre or Jacqueline Wilson’s The Suitcase Kid (1992), when family unity is under threat it becomes even more precious, and the characters must learn to work and co-operate with each other.
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