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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