Volume 10, 1986

Table of Contents

International Scene in Children's Literature

The issue is dedicated to Anita Stein

Proceedings of the Children's Literature Section of the 48th International PEN Congress:

Politics, Poetry, and Teaching Children: A Personal Journey

pp. 9-14
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On Being a Black Writer in America

pp. 15-17
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On Being a Banned Writer

pp. 18-20
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Earning Our Children's Trust

pp. 21-22
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A Survey of Children's Literature in China

pp. 23-25
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Children's Literature in West and East Germany

pp. 27-30
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Nuclear Education in Contemporary German Children's Literature

pp. 31-39
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Christine Nöstlinger's Emancipatory Fantasies

pp. 40-53
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The Dismantling of the Hero: The Recent Shift in the Historical Novel for Young People as Seen in the Works of Dietlof Reiche, Willi Fährmann, and Tilman Röhrig

pp. 54-59
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Deep Structures of Fantasy in Modern British Children's Books

pp. 60-82
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Constructing Heroines: Rosario Ferré's Cuentos Infantiles and Feminine Instruments of Change

pp. 83-94
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Come One, Come All: Luigi Malerba's Diffuse Fictions

pp. 95-107
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Writing Children's Literature in Romania: An Interview with Nina Cassian

pp. 108-111
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Tigrino and Tigrene

pp. 112-128
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Children's Literature of the Developing Countries: An Interview with Melinda Greenblatt

pp. 129-140
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The State of International Research in Children's Literature: An Interview with James Fraser

pp. 141-148
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Booklog: Book Reviews

In Their Own Words

pp. 149-151
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Fantasy and the State in Nazi Germany

pp. 152-157
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Rediscovering Nils

pp. 158-166
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The Enlightenment and Other Illusions

pp. 167-170
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Professional Notes and Announcements

pp. 171-175
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Contributors' Notes

pp. 176-178
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