restricted access   Volume 14, Number 2, December 1990

Table of Contents

Images of the Family in Children's Books

The Family as an Ideological Construct in the Fiction of Arthur Ransome

pp. 7-15
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Elizabeth Enright and the Family Story

pp. 16-29
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Finding a Happy Medium: The Design for Womanhood in A Wrinkle in Time

pp. 30-36
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Mystical Fantasy for Children: Silence and Community

pp. 37-57
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"Composing A Life": The Diary of Leigh Botts

pp. 58-65
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"Goodnight Nobody": Comfort and the Vast Dark in the Picture-Poems of Margaret Wise Brown and Her Collaborators

pp. 66-76
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The Elemental Art of Keizaburo Tejima

pp. 77-91
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Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?: The Golem as Family Member in Jewish Children's Literature

pp. 92-97
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Booklog

The Orphaned Self: The Work and Life of Janusz Korczak

pp. 98-107
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Picture Book Anatomy

pp. 108-114
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Subjective Literary Interpretation: "Outside Over Where"?

pp. 115-120
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Magazines as Mirrors of Their Times

pp. 121-123
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Contributors' Notes

pp. 124-126
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