Ding, Kylie (KAM.RIC)
Kylie.Ding at kline.com
Mon Jun 24 04:18:30 EDT 2002
Some of the Joan Aiken books feature railway journeys. The Wolves of
Willoughby Chase, Black Hearts in Battersea and Is all did, I think.
> On 23/6/02 6:59 am, "Kathleen Jennings"
> <s368333 at student.uq.edu.au> wrote:
> > Having so much fun watching and now writing to the list
> I've never gotten
> > around to asking my usual question.
> > I'm writing my thesis on The Railways on British Children's
> Fiction. I've
> > assembled a fair list of books, but I was wondering if
> trains feature
> > frequently/at all the DWJ novels I haven't read. Or in any
> other novels I
> > might not have heard of yet, for that matter. I only have
> 15000 words, so
> > I've had to cut out picture books, etc. I'm looking at, e.g. Prince
> > Caspian/Voyage of the Dawntreader/Last Battle, Harry Potter, Railway
> > Children, Bear called Paddington, school stories (e.g.
> Chalet School) -
> > anything and everything which mentions or depicts trains,
> railway travel,
> > etc.
> > Kathleen.
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