Published October 1995
by Alyson Publications .
Written in English
|Contributions||Karen Barber (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
This book does a great job of carefully putting together all the mosaic tiles that form a picture of the quintessential tomboy. Whether that means clothes, a manual transmission, or just a defiant smile, the author goes far beyond fashion to define the term/5(14). 24 rows This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for . These lines in Five on Treasure Island introduce George Kirrin, one of the most famous tomboys in fiction. Enid Blyton’s novel, opening the bestselling Famous Five series, was published in . An analysis of girls who identify as “tomboys” and how the designation has changed over time. For decades, girls who had short hair, preferred to wear pants rather than dresses, and liked to do “boy” things like climb trees or play sports were often called “tomboys,” a term that disappeared once the girl reached puberty and “outgrew” it.
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