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  Volume 35, 2007

Table of Contents

From: Children's Literature

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From the Editor

pp. vii-x
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Articles

The Power of Public Opinion: Constructing Class in Agnes Strickland's The Rival Crusoes

pp. 1-26
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Eggs and Serpents: Natural History Reference in Lewis Carroll's Scene of Alice and the Pigeon

pp. 27-53
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A Taste of Nostalgia: Children's Books from the Golden Age-Carroll, Grahame, and Milne

pp. 54-79
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"Germs of Endearment": The Machinations of Edwardian Children's Fictions

pp. 80-101
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The Price of Deviance: Schoolhouse Gothic in Prep School Literature

pp. 102-126
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Risk and Resilience, Knowledge and Imagination: The Enlightenment of David Almond's Skellig

pp. 127-144
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Perspective, Memory, and Moral Authority: The Legacy of Jane Austen in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter

pp. 145-165
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Prizing Children's Literature: The Case of Newbery Gold

pp. 166-190
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Varia

A Conversation with YA Novelist M. E. Kerr

pp. 191-197
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Reviews

Chaucer among the Victorians and Edwardians

pp. 198-201
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Childhood as Cultural Keyword: 250 Years of Children's Works

pp. 202-206
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Tracing an Anglo-American Literary Family Tree

pp. 207-212
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Bringing Up the Book

pp. 213-217
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The Displaced Child: Eighty Years of U.S. Adoption and Foster Care

pp. 218-222
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How the Old Left Became the New Left and Then Almost Mainstream

pp. 223-229
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Writing and Rewriting Nancy Drew, Girl Detective

pp. 230-238
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The Child as Father of the Man: American Childhood and Walt Disney

pp. 239-242
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Shining and Shedding Light on His Dark Materials

pp. 243-250
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Mechanical Magic

pp. 251-253
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Dissertations of Note

Dissertations of Note

pp. 254-269
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Contributors

Contributors and Editors

pp. 270-272
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Award Applications

Award Applications

pp. 273-274
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Research Areas

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