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  Volume 33, Number 2, April 2009

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Articles

Introduction: "Performing the Didactic"

pp. v-vii
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Acting out Crusoe: Pedagogy and Performance in Eighteenth-Century Children's Literature

pp. 131-145
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The Didacticism That Laughs: John Newbery's Entertaining Little Books and William Hogarth's Pictured Morals

pp. 146-166
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Leaving Little to the Imagination: The Mechanics of Didacticism in Two Children's Adaptations of Samuel Richardson's Novels

pp. 167-188
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Lust for Reading and Thirst for Knowledge: Fictive Letters in a Danish Children's Magazine of 1770

pp. 189-201
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"Girls Aloud"; Dialogue as a Pedagogical Tool in Eighteenth-century French Children's Literature

pp. 202-218
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Dramatic Monologues and the Novel-in-Verse: Adelaide O'Keeffe and the Development of Theatrical Children's Poetry in the long Eighteenth Century

pp. 219-234
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Book Reviews

Children's Literature: A Reader's History from Aesop to Harry Potter (review)

pp. 235-240
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Into the Closet: Cross-Dressing and the Gendered Body in Children's Literature and Film (review)

pp. 241-244
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The Family in English Children's Literature, and: The Fantasy of Family: Nineteenth-Century Children's Literature and the Myth of the Domestic Ideal (review)

pp. 244-249
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Reading Victorian Schoolrooms: Childhood and Education in Nineteenth-Century Fiction (review)

pp. 249-253
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Representing Africa in Children's Literature (review)

pp. 253-257
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