Volume 19, Number 2, December 1995

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Special Issue: Green Worlds: Nature and Ecology

Guest Edited by Suzanne Rahn

Introduction

Green Worlds for Children

pp. 149-170
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Article Clusters

The Forest

Forest Trees

p. 171
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The Twenty-First Century as Place of Choice: Peter Dickinson's Eva

pp. 172-181
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A Note on the Sources of Eva

pp. 182-185
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Memory and Desire in the Landscapes of Sendak's Dear Mili

pp. 186-210
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Wild Creatures

The Representation of Nature in The Wind in the Willows and The Secret Garden

pp. 211-222
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Charlotte, Arachnida: The Scientific Sources

pp. 223-231
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A Discovery (A True Story)

p. 232
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The River and the Sea

A (Sea) Green Victorian: Charles Kingsley and The Water-Babies

pp. 233-252
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The River Is Eternal: Nature Mysticism and Vedanta Philosophy in Ruskin Bond's Angry River

pp. 253-268
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Book Reviews

Burrowing into The Borrowers

pp. 269-271
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The Wiseacres shall like it as well as the children

pp. 272-276
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Sold Separately: Children and Parents in Consumer Culture

pp. 277-281
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What's Missing: Lacunae in the Life and Letters of George MacDonald

pp. 282-287
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Cultural contexts in dialogic format

pp. 288-291
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The rhythm of texts: translating for children

pp. 292-296
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Contributors

pp. 297-298
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