restricted access   Volume 2, 1973

Table of Contents

The Editor's High Chair: Children's Literature and the Humanities

pp. 8-10
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Back to Pooh Corner

pp. 11-17
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An Unpublished Children's Story by George MacDonald

pp. 18-21
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The Little Girl that Had No Tongue

pp. 22-34
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Sophisticated Reading for Children: The Experience of the Classical Jewish Academy

pp. 35-39
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Medieval Songs of Innocence and Experience: The Adult Writer and Literature for Children

pp. 40-49
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Pinocchio and the Problem of Children's Literature

pp. 50-60
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Webs of Concern: The Little Prince and Charlotte's Web

pp. 61-66
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Milton's Comus as Children's Literature

pp. 67-72
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The Humanist Teaches Children's Literature: Some Considerations

pp. 73-76
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Fantasy in a Mythless Age

pp. 77-86
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Science Fiction and the Adolescent

pp. 87-91
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How It Developed that Botany Was the Science Thought Most Suitable for Victorian Young Ladies

pp. 92-97
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Five Ways and One of Looking at Mother Goose

pp. 98-104
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Prickles Under the Frock

pp. 105-109
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John Dough and the Cherub

pp. 110-118
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The Wizardess of Oz

pp. 119-122
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Leo Lionni, Artist and Philosopher

pp. 123-129
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Children's Books by Famous Writers for Adults

pp. 130-138
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The Devil Has a Dublin Accent

pp. 139-141
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"Shoes of Song and Wings of Rhyme": Vachel Lindsay's Poetry for Children

pp. 142-147
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"The Tongue of Gods and Children": Blakean Innocence in Randall Jarrell's Poetry

pp. 148-151
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The Proper Bringing Up of Young Pip

pp. 152-158
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The Puppet Immortals of Children's Literature

pp. 159-165
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Ideologies in Children's Literature: Some Preliminary Notes

pp. 166-172
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Children's Theater in East and West Germany: Theories, Practice, and Programs

pp. 173-191
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Bungalows and Bazaars: India in Victorian Children's Fiction

pp. 192-196
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Children's Verse and the Halle-Keyser Theory of Prosody

pp. 197-208
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The Child in Shakespeare: Letters and Comments to the Editor by Shakespeareans

pp. 209-212
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Review Articles

Tertiary Worlds

pp. 213-215
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Recent Books about Black America, Africa, and the Carribean

pp. 215-217
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The Feminist in Fairy Tales: Two Books from the Jung Institute, Zurich

pp. 217-218
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The Spring List

pp. 219-221
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A Note on Three Contemporary Soviet Children's Stories

pp. 221-223
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Ten Books

pp. 223-228
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Reviews

Young Drama (review)

p. 229
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Cricket (review)

pp. 229-230
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Red Power on the Rio Grande (review)

pp. 230-231
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The Annotated Wizard of Oz (review)

pp. 231-234
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Letitia Rabbit's String Song (review)

p. 234
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The Other World: Myths of the Celts (review)

p. 235
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Mistresses of Mystery: Two Centuries of Suspense Stories by the Gentle Sex (review)

pp. 235-236
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Poems from the Hebrew (review)

pp. 236-238
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Rousseau's Émile and Early Children's Literature (review)

pp. 238-239
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Opposites (review)

pp. 240-242
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They Named Me Gertrude Stein (review)

pp. 242-243
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Educational Survival Kit: Learning, Basic Human Interests, and the Teaching of Children's Literature

pp. 244-251
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Contributors and Editors

pp. 252-256
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