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  Volume 11, 1983

Table of Contents


"Quite Contrary": Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Secret Garden

pp. 1-13

Little Girls without Their Curls: Female Aggression in Victorian Children's Literature

pp. 14-31

Alice and the Reviewers

pp. 32-48

Vastness and Contraction of Space in Little House on the Prairie

pp. 49-63

Death and Rebirth in Pinocchio

pp. 64-75

Jean de Brunhoff's Advice to Youth: The Babar Books as Books of Courtesy

pp. 76-95

The Reign of King Babar

pp. 96-108

Eliot's Cats: Serious Play behind the Playful Seriousness

pp. 109-124

Memory and Desire in Fly by Night

pp. 125-134

Annie M. G. Schmidt: Dutch Children's Poet

pp. 135-144

From Here to Eternity: Aspects of Pastoral in the Green Knowe Series

pp. 145-155

The Fresh-Air Kids, or Some Contemporary Versions of Pastoral

pp. 156-168


And the Prince Turned into a Peasant and Lived Happily Ever After

pp. 171-174

Eighteenth-Century Prefigurements

pp. 175-178

Hearn on Huck

pp. 179-181

A Trio of Poetry Books for Children

pp. 182-190

Running Risks with Language: Contemporary Prose and Poetry for Children in West Germany

pp. 191-194

Two Illustrators

pp. 195-198


The Road to Fantasy

pp. 201-210

Dissertations of Note

pp. 211-218

Contributors and Editors

pp. 219-220

Index to Volumes 6-10

pp. 221-233

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