A little child shall lead them: The child as redeemer

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Hillel, Margot Lesley. (2003) A little child shall lead them: The child as redeemer. In In R. McGills (Ed.). Children's Literature and the Fin de Siecle pp. 57 - 69 Praeger.
AuthorsHillel, Margot Lesley
EditorsR. McGills
Page range57 - 69
Year2003
Book titleChildren's Literature and the Fin de Siecle
PublisherPraeger
ISBN0313321205
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