Volume 18, Number 2, December 1994

Table of Contents

American Children's Literature

Editors' Note

p. v
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The Pastoral Influence on American Children's Literature

pp. 121-129
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Laura Ingalls and Caddie Woodlawn: Daughters of a Border Space

pp. 130-142
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Reading for Profit and Pleasure: Little Women and The Story of a Bad Boy

pp. 143-153
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"Unlovely, Unreal Creatures": Resistance and Relationship in Louisa May Alcott's "Fancy Friend"

pp. 154-170
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Reflexive Matriarchal Art as Re-Vision of Nuclear Fear: Stephanie S. Tolan's Pride of the Peacock

pp. 171-177
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"A Man Can Stand Up": Johnny Tremain and the Rebel Pose

pp. 178-189
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U.S. Children's Books about the World War II Period: From Isolationism to Internationalism, 1940-1990

pp. 190-208
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If I Ever Go Looking for My Heart's Desire: "Home" in Baum's "Oz" Books

pp. 209-219
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Book Reviews

Pioneer Myth Displaced: The Life of Rose Wilder Lane

pp. 220-223
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The Multiple Voices of Mark Twain

pp. 224-226
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Romanticism: A Variety of Views

pp. 227-230
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We're Not in Bombay Any More

pp. 231-235
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Righting Sendak: The Psyche of Mother Goose

pp. 236-239
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The Pictures and the Negatives in the Fantasies of George MacDonald

pp. 240-243
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Professional Notes and Announcements

pp. 244-245
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Contributors' Notes

pp. 246-247
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