Volume 19, Number 1, June 1995

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Special Issue: European Children's Literature Theory

Editor's introduction

pp. v-xii
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Articles

On the Success of Children's Books and Fairy Tales: A Comparative View of Impact Theory and Reception Research

pp. 1-19
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Charles Perrault and Jean-Jacques Rousseau to the Rescue of French Research: Literary Symbolism, "The Purloined Letter" of Research

pp. 20-40
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Poetics and Practicality: Children's Literature and Theory in Britain

pp. 41-49
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Pedagogy, Aesthetics, and Humanism: The Three Muses of Italian Children's Literature Theory

pp. 50-70
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"Rosy Cheeks" and "Shining Eyes" as Criteria in Children's Theater Criticism

pp. 71-76
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The Limits of Literary Criticism of Children's and Young Adult Literature

pp. 77-94
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Book Reviews

Charting the outlines of Canadian children's literature

pp. 95-101
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Mark Twain between Saint and Satan, or the Impossible epos of androgynous reconciliations

pp. 102-106
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Adventures in the psyche

pp. 107-109
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New troll territory : Hawthorne's literature for children

pp. 110-113
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The Delicate art of turn-of-the century literary networking

pp. 114-117
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(En)lightening Louisa

pp. 118-122
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When girls (and boys) just want to have fun

pp. 123-127
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The state of contemporary children's literature criticism

pp. 128-133
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Moral majorities?: reconceiving the literary world we have lost

pp. 134-144
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Contributors

pp. 145-147
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