"In Far Cathay": Representations of China in The Boy's Own Paper, 1879-1914
This paper considers how "knowledge" of China was presented for Victorian and Edwardian children in TheBoy's Own Paper (BOP) between 1879 and 1914. It considers how genre affects the representation of China in the BOP by comparing travel narratives and ad
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