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  Volume 18, Number 4, Winter 1993

Table of Contents

Special Section: Mothers and Daughters in Children's Literature

Editor's Comments

Where Did Mary's Mother Come From?

pp. 146-147
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Articles

How to Cocoon a Butterfly: Mother and Daughter in A Girl of The Limberlost

pp. 148-153
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Food, Femininity, and Achievement: The Mother-Daughter Relationship in National Velvet

pp. 154-158
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This Quiet Lady: Maternal Voices and the Picture Book

pp. 159-164
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Nesting: Embedded Narrative as Maternal Discourse in Children's Novels

pp. 165-170
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Fairy Godmothers or Wicked Stepmothers?: The Uneasy Relationship of Feminist Theory and Children's Criticism

pp. 171-176
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Of Related Interest

Dialogic Interplay in Coming-of-Age Novels by West Indian Women Writers

pp. 177-182
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Presidential Address

Children, Literature, and ChLA: A Plea for a New Literate Age

pp. 183-186
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Carol Gay Essays

White Fang: Book or Movie?

pp. 187-188
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An Analysis of Oliver Twist And Oliver!

p. 189
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Book Review

Literature for Children of the Sun

p. 190
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Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

pp. 191-192
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Research Areas

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