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  Volume 30, 2002

Table of Contents

From the Editors

pp. vii-xi


Misperceived Perceptions: Perrault's Fairy Tales and English Children's Literature

pp. 1-18

"Very capital reading for children": Reading as Play in Hawthorne's A Wonder Book for Girls and Boys

pp. 19-41

Revising the Seduction Paradigm: The Case of Ewing's The Brownies

pp. 42-66

Fear's Echo and Unhinged Joy: Crossing Homosocial Boundaries in A Separate Peace

pp. 67-80

Refusing the Queer Potential: John Knowles's A Separate Peace

pp. 81-95

The Absence of Moral Agency in Robert Cormier's The Chocolate War

pp. 96-124

Power, Fear, and Children's Picture Books

pp. 125-158

"Affirmative Acts": Language, Childhood, and Power in June Jordan's Cross-Writing

pp. 159-185


Alcott Reading: An American Response to the Writings of Charlotte Brontë

pp. 187-193

Little House on a Big Quilt

pp. 194-198

Apologizing for Scott O'Dell—Too Little, Too Late

pp. 199-204

Dangerous Intersection: Feminists at Work

pp. 205-210

Daughters, Mothers, Stories

pp. 211-214

Saussure, Sex, and Socially Challenged Teens: A Polyphonic Analysis of Adolescent Fiction

pp. 215-220

Worlds Enough—and Time

pp. 221-228

Identity Crises

pp. 229-234

"Bad Boys" in Translation

pp. 235-237

Children's Literature Criticism: The Old and the New

pp. 238-243

Dissertations of Note

pp. 245-260

Contributors and Editors

pp. 261-262

Award Applications

pp. 263-264

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