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  Volume 9, 1981

Table of Contents

The First Word

p. 1
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Articles

Every Child Is Born a Genius

pp. 3-6
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The Novelist as Teacher: Chinua Achebe's Literature for Children

pp. 7-18
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The Charm of Peter Pan

pp. 19-27
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Reflections on Little Women

pp. 28-39
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The Innocent Observer

pp. 40-50
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"Reine Never Went to Camp": An Excerpt from Barnens Ö (Children's Island) by P. C. Jersild, Translated from the Swedish

pp. 51-60
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Stepmother Tales in Japan

pp. 61-72
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Journey to the East: Impressions of Children's Literature and Instructional Media in Contemporary China

pp. 73-92
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Children's Literature and the Media: Four Essays

Children's Literature on Film: Through the Audiovisual Era to the Age of Telecommunications

pp. 93-106
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Some Personal Notes on Adapting Folk-Fairy Tales to Film

pp. 107-115
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Evaluating Attitude: Analyzing Point of View and Tone in Film Adaptations of Literature

pp. 116-125
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Television and Reading in the Development of Imagination

pp. 126-136
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Early Stories as Poetry

pp. 137-150
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Breaking Chains: Brother Blue, Storyteller

pp. 151-177
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Notes on the Waist-High Culture

pp. 178-182
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Reviews

The Good Witch of the West

pp. 185-190
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Children's Literature and the History of Ideas

pp. 191-196
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Rewriting History for Children

pp. 197-199
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McGuffey's Readers

pp. 200-202
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Perspective on World War II

pp. 203-209
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Recent Alcott Criticism

pp. 210-213
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Bibliographies of Series Books

pp. 214-217
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Varia

Summer Reading at Woodlands: A Juvenile Library of the Old South

pp. 221-232
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Dissertations of Note

pp. 233-237
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Correction

p. 237
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Contributors and Editors

pp. 239-241
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Research Areas

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