restricted access   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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