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Lochhead, Marion. Renaissance of Wonder: The Fantasy Worlds of C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, George MacDonald, E. Nesbit and Others. San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1977. The chapter entitled "An Edwardian Successor" (successor to George McDonald) deals appreciatively with Nesbit's several fantasy novels for young adults, stressing her emphasis on the theme of domestic magic.

Manlove, Colin. The Impulse of Fantasy Literature. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1983. The chapter called "The Union of Opposites in Fantasy: E. Nesbit" deals with her fantasy thematically from the point of view of reconciling oppositions.

Moore, Doris Langley. E. Nesbit: A Biography. London: Benn, 1933; Rev. ed.

Philadelphia: Benn, 1967. An absorbing biography of this fascinating woman.

Streatfield, Noel. Magic and the Magician: E. Nesbit and Her Children's Books. London: Benn, 1958. A combined biography and critical appreciation.

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