Volume 32, Number 4, Winter 2007

Table of Contents

From: Children's Literature Association Quarterly

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Special Issue: Children's Literature and Modernism

Guest Editor: Karin E. Westman

Children's Literature and Modernism: The Space Between

pp. 283-286
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Articles

Thoroughly Post-Victorian, Pre-Modern Beatrix

pp. 287-307
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Time, Subjectivity, and Modernism in E. Nesbit's Children's Fiction

pp. 308-322
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Anxieties of an Animal Rights Activist: The Pressures of Modernity in Hugh Lofting's Doctor Dolittle Series

pp. 323-339
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"And Then One Day There Was a War": Gertrude Stein, Children's Literature, and World War II

pp. 340-353
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High Modernism for the Lowest: Children's Books by Woolf, Joyce, and Greene

pp. 354-367
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Apertures into the House of Fiction: Novel Methods and Child Study, 1870-1910

pp. 368-389
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 390-391
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Book Reviews

Poetry's Playground: The Culture of Contemporary American Children's Poetry (review)

pp. 392-394
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Feeling Like a Kid: Childhood and Children's Literature (review)

pp. 394-397
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Adventures Into Otherness: Child Metamorphs in Late Twentieth-Century Literature (review)

pp. 397-399
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Milton, Spenser and The Chronicles of Narnia: Literary Sources for the C. S. Lewis Novels (review)

pp. 400-402
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Bookwomen: Creating an Empire in Children's Book Publishing, 1919–1939 (review)

pp. 402-404
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