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Egoff, Sheila A. "Historical Fiction."

Thursday's Child: Trends and Patterns in Contemporary Children's Literature.

Chicago: American Library Association, 1981. Discusses Sutcliff's work in relation to other historical novels written for young adults.

Egoff, Sheila A., G. T. Stubbs, and L. F. Ashley. "The Search for Selfhood: The Historical Novels of Rosemary Sutcliff." In Only Connect: Readings on Children's Literature. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1969. A perceptive review of Sutcliff's work as a historical novelist, providing a critical assessment of her ability to weave real-life materials into plausible fictions.

Marder, Joan V. "The Historical Novels of Rosemary Sutcliff." In Good Writers for Young Readers. London: HartDavis Educational, 1977.A brief summary of Sutcliff's work, targeted for use by those interested in selecting books for young adults.

Meek, Margaret. Rosemary Sutcliff. London: Bodley Head, 1962. A monograph detailing Sutcliff's accomplishments during her first decade as a publishing novelist. Contains excellent plot...

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