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  Volume 37, 2009

Table of Contents

From: Children's Literature

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From the Editors

pp. vii-x
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Articles

Puzzling Empire: Early Puzzles and Dissected Maps as Imperial Heuristics

pp. 1-32
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"Her favorite Playmate": Pleasure and Interdependence in Dorothy Wordsworth's "Mary Jones and her Pet-lamb"

pp. 33-60
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"Masquerading Work": Class Transvestism in Victorian Texts for and about Children

pp. 61-83
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Along the "Paragraphic Wires": Child–Adult Mediation in St. Nicholas Magazine

pp. 84-113
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Elizabeth Enright and the Family Story as Genre

pp. 114-136
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British Imperialism and US Multiculturalism: The Americanization of Burnett's A Little Princess

pp. 137-164
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Democratic Reading: Ideology and Genre in Pullman's I Was a Rat!

pp. 165-193
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Harry Potter and the Gift of Time

pp. 194-215
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Teach the Children: Education and Knowledge in Recent Children's Fantasy

pp. 216-235
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Varia

Children's Literature in Ghana: A Survey

pp. 236-255
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Reviews

What Is Children's Literature?

pp. 256-262
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A Bounty of Nineteenth-Century American Children's Literature

pp. 263-270
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Wilder and Lane Revisited

pp. 271-275
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The Cost of Gendered Rebellion

pp. 276-279
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Writing Canada

pp. 280-283
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Theorizing Resistance

pp. 284-287
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West Indians and the Empire

pp. 288-292
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The Tropes of Trauma

pp. 293-299
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Dissertations of Note

Dissertations of Note

pp. 300-316
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Contributors and Editors

Contributors and Editors

pp. 317-318
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Award Applications

Award Applications

pp. 319-320
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Research Areas

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