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  Volume 34, Number 3, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

Introduction

“Forsaken Spots”: At the Intersection of Children’s Literature and Modern War

pp. 213-217
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Articles

Japanese Children’s Literature as Allegory of Empire in Iwaya Sazanami’s Momotarō (The Peach Boy)

pp. 218-228
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Hiroshima: Whose Story Is It?

pp. 229-240
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Feminine Bravery: The Girl’s Realm (1898–1915) and the Second Boer War

pp. 241-254
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Words about War for Boys: Representations of Soldiers and Conflict in Writing for Children before World War I

pp. 255-271
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Ghosts, Gremlins, and “the War on Terror” in Children’s Blitz Fiction

pp. 272-284
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 285-286
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Book Reviews

Radical Children’s Literature: Future Visions and Aesthetic Transformations in Juvenile Fiction (review)

pp. 287-289
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Crossover Fiction: Global and Historical Perspectives (review)

pp. 289-291
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Tales for Little Rebels: A Collection of Radical Children’s Literature (review)

pp. 291-293
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The Family in English Children’s Literature (review)

pp. 293-294
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Death, Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Adolescent Literature (review)

pp. 294-296
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Critical Approaches to Food in Children’s Literature (review)

pp. 297-299
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Neo-Imperialism in Children’s Literature About Africa: A Study of Contemporary Fiction (review)

pp. 300-302
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The Fantasy of Family: Nineteenth-Century Children’s Literature and the Myth of the Domestic Ideal (review)

pp. 302-304
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Relentless Progress: The Reconfiguration of Children’s Literature, Fairy Tales, and Storytelling (review)

pp. 304-307
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Research Areas

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