A story, exemplified in a series of figures: paper doll versus moral tale in the nineteenth century

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Field, Hannah;
(2012)

Early in the nineteenth century the London publishers and printsellers, S.and J. Fuller, packaged paper dolls and storybooks together in their empleof Fancy paper doll books. Tis article examines the tension between thenarratives of these works—typically moral tales fo... View more
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