Volume 36, 2008

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. vii-ix
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Articles

History Girls: Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Historiography and the Case of Mary, Queen of Scots

pp. 1-23
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Centering the Home-Garden: The Arbor, Wall, and Gate in Moral Tales for Children

pp. 24-48
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"A Highly Satisfactory Chinaman": Orientalism and American Girlhood in Louisa May Alcott's Eight Cousins

pp. 49-71
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Twice Upon a Time: The Importance of Rereading "The Devoted Friend"

pp. 72-87
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Sitting Shivah: Holocaust Mourning in Judy Blume's Starring Sally J. Freedman as Herself

pp. 88-114
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Wise Gnomes, Nervous Astronauts, and a Very Bad General: The Children's Books of Umberto Eco and Eugenio Carmi

pp. 115-144
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Transporting Nostalgia: The Little Golden Books as Souvenirs of Childhood

pp. 145-161
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What, Then, Does Beatrice Mean?: Hermaphroditic Gender, Predatory Sexuality, and Promiscuous Allusion in Daniel Handler/Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

pp. 162-184
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Homosexuality at the Online Hogwarts: Harry Potter Slash Fanfiction

pp. 185-207
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Reviews

Secular and Sacred ABCs in Medieval England

pp. 208-213
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The Child as (Potential) Citizen

pp. 214-219
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Saints and Sinners: Uncanny Resemblances between Alcott and Twain and Their Redemptive Adolescent Protagonists

pp. 220-227
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E. Nesbit, Pathfinder

pp. 228-234
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Poetry Is Poetry Is Poetry

pp. 235-237
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The Play of Comparison

pp. 238-243
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Contemporary Hauntings

pp. 244-250
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The Cultural Geography of Fantasy Britain

pp. 251-256
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Dissertations of Note

Dissertations of Note

pp. 257-271
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Contributors and Editors

Contributors and Editors

pp. 272-273
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Award Applications

Award Applications

pp. 274-275
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