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Landscape as metaphor in the novels of William Mayne

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  1. Mayne, William (1955)A Swarm in May London: Oxford University Press; Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill

  2. Mayne, William (1961)Summer Visitors London: Oxford University Press

  3. Mayne, William (1961)The Changeling London: Oxford University Press; New York: Dutton

  4. Mayne, William (1963)A Parcel of Trees London: Penguin

  5. Mayne, William (1964)Sand London: Hamish Hamilton; New York: Dutton.

  6. Mayne, William (1965)Pig in the Middle London: Hamish Hamilton; New York: Dutton

  7. Mayne, William (1966)Earthfasts London: Hamish Hamilton; New York: Dutton

  8. Mayne, William (1968)Over the Hills and Far Away London: Hamish Hamilton; New York: Dutton (asThe Hill Road)

  9. Mayne, William (1973)The Jersey Shore London: Hamish Hamilton; New York: Dutton

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Alistair Walker has taught in secondary schools and is currently a lecturer in English at Bedford College of Higher Education, where he teaches courses in literature, including children's literature.

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Walker, A. Landscape as metaphor in the novels of William Mayne. Child Lit Educ 11, 31–42 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01146084

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  • Social Context