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  Volume 27, 1999

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. vii-x


"Dream not of other worlds": Paradise Lost and the Child Reader

pp. 1-21

The "Omnipresent Aunt" and the Social Child: Lydia Maria Child's Juvenile Miscellany

pp. 22-39

Constructing a Shared History: Black Pageantry for Children During the Harlem Renaissance

pp. 40-63

"Yours most loquaciously": Voice in Jean Webster'sDaddy-Long-Legs

pp. 64-86

Pollyanna and the Not So Glad Game

pp. 87-104

Lacan with Runt Pigs

pp. 105-128

Narrative Resolution: Photography in Adolescent Literature

pp. 129-149

Dada Knows Best: Growing up "Surreal" with Dr. Seuss

pp. 150-184

The Structure of the Moral Dilemma in Shiloh

pp. 185-197


Sacred Text and Secular Values

pp. 199-204

Three Ways of Looking at Victorian Fantasies

pp. 205-210

Louisa May Alcott: New Texts and Contexts

pp. 211-217

Instruction and Delight: Letters from a Father to His Children

pp. 218-222

Additional "Variations": Further Developments in Feminist Theory and Children's Literature

pp. 223-232

It's a Small-Minded World After All: International Perspectives on Children's Literature and Censorship

pp. 233-238

Dissertations of Note

pp. 239-254

Contributors and Editors

pp. 255-256

Index to Volumes 1-25

pp. 257-317

Award Applications

p. 319

Research Areas


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