Volume 13, Number 1, June 1989

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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The Child Hero: Ordinary and Extraordinary

"Remarkable and Winning": A Hundred Years of American Heroines

pp. 7-20
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Quixotes, Orphans, and Subjectivity: Maria Edgeworth's Georgian Heroinism and the (En)Gendering of Young Adult Fiction

pp. 21-40
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"By Faith Noah": Obedient Servant as Religious Hero

pp. 41-52
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The Cracked Crucible of Johnny Tremain

pp. 53-66
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The Feminist Writer as Heroine in Harriet the Spy

pp. 67-73
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An Interview with Lensey Namioka

pp. 74-81
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An Interview with Kris Jaech

pp. 82-95
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Papers from the Children's Literature New England Summer Institute

p. 96
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Hindsight on the Heroic: Impressions of the Institute

pp. 97-101
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Belling the Cat: Heroism and the Little Hero

pp. 102-119
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The Heroic in Literature and in Living

pp. 120-128
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The Heroic Ideal—A Personal Odyssey

pp. 129-140
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Booklog

Memoir as Metaphor

pp. 141-143
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Late News from the Torrible Zone

pp. 144-146
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Publishing History in (and out of) Perspective

pp. 147-150
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What Should Our Children Read?

pp. 151-157
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Professional Notes and Announcements

pp. 158-159
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Contributors' Notes

pp. 160-162
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