Volume 7, Number 2, Summer 1982

Table of Contents

From: Children's Literature Association Quarterly

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Special Section: Fairy Tales: Their Staying Power

Edited by Christina Moustakis

Introduction

p. 2
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Criticism in the Woods: Fairy Tales as Poetry

pp. 2-8
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Teaching a Unit of Fairy Tales

pp. 9-11
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The Importance of Being Earnest: The Fairy Tale in 19th-century England

pp. 11-14
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Varieties of Literary Fairy Tale

pp. 15-17
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The Tale Retold: Feminist Fairy Tales

pp. 18-20
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The Grimms' Housekeepers: Women in Transition Tales

pp. 20-22
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Towards a Social History of the Literary Fairy Tale for Children

pp. 23-26
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A Plea for Heads: Illustrating Violence in Fairy Tales

pp. 26-30
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"From Rags to Riches: Fairy Tales and the Family Romance"

pp. 31-34
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Review: Fairy Tales as Ways of Knowing, Essays on Märchen in Psychology, Society, and Literature (review)

pp. 34-35
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Review: Initiatory Scenarios: Von Franz's Archetypal Approach to Fairy Tales

pp. 35-37
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Alive and Well But Not Unscathed: A Reply to Susan R. Gannon's "Pinocchio at 100"

pp. 37-39
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The Place of Poetry

The Child Persona in Taxis and Toadstools

pp. 39-40
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Footlights

An Immodest Proposal: Uniting the Camps through Dramatic Literature for Children

pp. 40-42
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Children's Literature and Pre-professional Students: The National Endowment for the Humanities

pp. 42-43
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Reviews

Two Recent Critical Approaches to Eighteenth Century Children's Literature

pp. 44-45
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The Signal Approach to Children's Books, A Collection (review)

pp. 45-47
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Abstracts of the Papers Read at the Ninth Annual ChLA Conference

Abstracts of Papers Read at the Ninth Annual ChLA Conference

pp. 47-49
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ChLA Cash Statement (1981) and Proposed Budget (1982)

Children's Literature Association: Cash Statement

p. 50
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Children's Literature Association: Proposed Budget for ChLA for 1982-1983

p. 51
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ChLA News

ChLA News

pp. 52-53
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Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

p. 54
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