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  Volume 33, Number 3, September 2009

Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction

pp. v-vii
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Rewriting “Little Red Riding Hood”: Victorian Fairy Tales and Mass-Visual Culture

pp. 259-281
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The Cinderella-Makers: Postwar Adolescent Girl Fiction as Commodity Tales

pp. 282-299
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Stamping the Coin of Character: Elsie Dinsmore and the Power of Christian Wealth

pp. 300-323
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Magritte and Cultural Capital: The Surreal World of Anthony Browne

pp. 324-348
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The Critical Reader in Children’s Metafiction

pp. 349-361
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Tove Jansson and the Crossover Continuum

pp. 362-375
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Lively Rigor: The 2009 Lion and the Unicorn Award for Excellence in North American Poetry

pp. 376-396
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Book Reviews

Crossover Fiction: Global and Historical Perspectives, and: The Crossover Novel: Contemporary Children’s Fiction and Its Adult Readership (review)

pp. 397-401
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Poetry’s Playground: The Culture of Contemporary American Children’s Poetry (review)

pp. 401-405
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The Modern Age: Turn-of-the-Century American Culture and the Invention of Adolescence (review)

pp. 405-409
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The Idea of Nature in Disney Animation (review)

pp. 409-415
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Behind the Looking Glass (review)

pp. 415-418
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Nancy Drew and Her Sister Sleuths: Essays on the Fiction of Girl Detectives (review)

pp. 418-422
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Red Riding Hood for All Ages: A Fairy-Tale Icon in Cross-Cultural Contexts (review)

pp. 422-425
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