By James Benton
Franny okay. Stein isn't really your normal woman - she's a mad scientist. She prefers poison ivy to daisies, and whilst Franny jumps rope, she makes use of her puppy snake. the children in Franny's type imagine she's bizarre, wacky, and simply undeniable creepy.
Tired of being stared at, Franny makes a decision to try her most threatening test but - she's going to slot in . but if an incredible vast Fiend assaults the category, we all know it's as much as a mad scientist to avoid wasting the day. yet has Franny misplaced her creepy, crawly methods?
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By virtue of her profession, however, Nancy breaks both taboos when, as all detectives must, she acts in order to know. In her alliance with knowledge as well as her active self-determination, Nancy represents a distinctly ‘unfeminine’ lifestyle, which is exactly why she has fascinated female readers for decades. We can also see this intriguing dynamic of active knowledge at work in two novels which predate Nancy Drew and, arguably, much of children’s mystery literature: Frances Hodgson Burnett’s A Little Princess (1888) and The Secret Garden (1911).
Female characters in both religious tracts and ‘penny dreadfuls’ were either damsels in distress, pure, innocent models of nineteenth-century femininity … [or] girls or women who have been led astray by passion or by a desire for wealth or power, and who are invariably punished for their unfeminine behaviour. (Gorham, ‘Ideology’, 41) In order for children – especially female children – to be able to exercise authority, then, the ﬁgures which usually exert control over them 36 Mary Jeanette Moran must be removed or made ineffective, and Burnett does this with a vengeance.
London: Unwin, 1975. Traherne, Thomas. ), Thomas Traherne: Selected Poems and Prose. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1991, pp. 187–315. Vaughan, Henry. ), The Complete Poetry of Henry Vaughan. New York: Anchor, 1964, p. 169. Wilson, A. N. C. S. Lewis: A Biography. London: Collins, 1990. 3 Nancy’s Ancestors: the Mystery of Imaginative Female Power in The Secret Garden and A Little Princess Mary Jeanette Moran When my grandmother gave me The Secret of the Old Clock (1930), the ﬁrst book in the Nancy Drew series, I immediately became addicted to the escapades of the dauntless heroine.
Lunch Walks Among Us (Franny K. Stein, Mad Scientist, Book 1) by James Benton