Volume 20, Number 4, Winter 1995

Table of Contents

Editor's Comments

Past, Present, and Future

p. 146
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Presidential Address

The Lore of Childhood: Taking Away the Stories, Taking the Stories Away

p. 147
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Articles

Farming for Boys: Boyology and the Professionalization of Boy Work

pp. 148-154
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"A Whole Book for a Nickel"?: L. Frank Baum as Filmmaker

pp. 155-160
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"Aunt Em: Hate You! Hate Kansas! Taking the Dog. Dorothy": Conscious and Unconscious Desire in The Wizard of Oz

pp. 161-167
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If the Ghost Be There, Then Am I Crazy?: An Examination of Ghosts in Virginia Hamilton's Sweet Whispers, Brother Rush and Toni Morrison's Beloved

pp. 168-174
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Literary Theory and Children's Literature

Introduction

p. 175
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Children's Literature and the Pleasures of the Text

pp. 175-182
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Cultural Pluralism

Regional Outreach and an Evolving Black Aesthetic

pp. 183-185
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Book Reviews

Serious Reconsiderations

pp. 186-191
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"The Theater of Feelings": Psychodrama and Historical Context in American Children's Fiction

pp. 191-193
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"For the young, a magic-story. For the old, an allegory": Christopher Pearse Cranch's Children's Novels

pp. 193-194
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Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

pp. 195-196
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