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  Volume 29, 2001

Table of Contents

From the Editors

pp. vii-ix


Guarding the British Bible from Rousseau: Sarah Trimmer, William Godwin, and the Pedagogical Periodical

pp. 1-17

Philanthropy in Nineteenth-Century French Children's Literature: The Example of La Bibliothèque Rose

pp. 18-33

"Wake up, and be a man": Little Women, Laurie, and the Ethic of Submission

pp. 34-51

Drying the Orphan's Tear: Changing Representations of the Dependent Child in America, 1870-1930

pp. 52-70

The "Disappointed" House: Trance, Loss, and the Uncanny in L. M. Montgomery's Emily Trilogy

pp. 71-90

Once upon a Time in Aframerica: The "Peculiar" Significance of Fairies in the Brownies' Book

pp. 91-112

How They Do Things with Words: Language, Power, Gender, and the Priestly Wizards of Ursula K. Le Guin's Earthsea Books

pp. 113-141

"Never overlook the art of the seemingly simple": Crockett Johnson and the Politics of the Purple Crayon

pp. 142-174

Parodic Play with Paintings in Picture Books

pp. 175-195

The End of Empire? Colonial and Postcolonial Journeys in Children's Books

pp. 196-218


The Key to the Treasure

pp. 219-228

Was the Snark a Boojum?: One Hundred Years of Lewis Carroll Biographies

pp. 229-243

B Is for Battle: Children and the Civil War

pp. 244-251

"Dis house done gone crezzeh": A Consideration of Literary Blackness

pp. 252-259

Little Black Sambo Revisited

pp. 260-266

Freud and Toad Are Friends

pp. 267-274

Inside Picture Books, Outside of History

pp. 275-280

Dissertations of Note

pp. 281-298

Contributors and Editors

pp. 299-300

Award Applications

p. 301

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