Reading Series Fiction: From Arthur Ransome to Gene Kemp
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Chrome On the Control button top right of browser , select Settings from dropdown. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Not to be confused with sex as in personal sexual identity: see Gender This article attempts to list instances where sex , sexuality or romanticism or a rejection of these are mentioned or alluded to in Arthur Ransome's works so that scholars , critics and fans may then draw their own conclusions. Note to contributors: let's give references here as much as possible Sex, sexuality and romanticism Edit Bonny lass is Mary Swainson, aye, and a good wife she'll make and all said Old Billy.
He laughed, and the woodman reddened and then laughed too SD Mary Swainson was now grown up and was going to marry Jack, the woodman, as soon as she saw fit, while Miss Turner, poor old thing, had never married at all PM Critical commentary Edit Despite aging from about twelve to fifteen over the series of books, Nancy, in common with all the children in Ransome's books, shows no sign of developing any interest in sex.