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  Volume 24, 1996

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. vii-ix
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Articles

Enclosure and Childhood in the Wood Engravings of Thomas and John Bewick

pp. 1-22
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The Dollhouse as Ludic Space, 1690-1920

pp. 23-54
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Brave New Alice: Anna Matlack Richards's Maternal Wonderland

pp. 55-73
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Music as Leitmotif in Louisa May Alcott's Little Women

pp. 74-85
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Juvenile Antislavery Narrative and Notions of Childhood

pp. 86-100
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"Don't Expect to Depend on Anybody Else": The Frontier as Portrayed in the Little House Books

pp. 101-116
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What Really Happens in the Little Town on the Prairie

pp. 117-126
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From Obedience to Autonomy: Moral Growth in the Little House Books

pp. 127-140
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Mildred Taylor's Story of Cassie Logan: A Search for Law and Justice in a Racist Society

pp. 141-160
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The Dreaming Picture Books of Chris Van Allsburg

pp. 161-179
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Reviews

When Criticism Comes Alive: я Toys Us?

pp. 181-187
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Inspired Lyric, Ponderous Prose, and the Promise of Salvation

pp. 188-192
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The Poetics and Politics of Adaptation: Traditional Tales as Children's Literature

pp. 193-198
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The Lost Foremother's Spell and Power

pp. 199-204
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Louisa May Alcott: Contradictions and Continuities

pp. 205-212
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Envisioning Mark Twain through J. D. Stahl

pp. 213-216
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Johnny We Hardly Knew Ya

pp. 217-220
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New Worlds for Children

pp. 221-225
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New Communities from the Margins

pp. 226-228
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Limitless Wonder of Story

pp. 229-234
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One Was Maurice . . .

pp. 235-240
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Dissertations of Note

pp. 241-256
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Contributors and Editors

pp. 257-259
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Award Applications

p. 261
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Research Areas

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