Volume 20, Number 2, December 1996

Table of Contents

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Special Issue: Struwwelpeter and Classical Children's Literature

Introduction

Special Issue: Struwwelpeter and Classical Children's Literature

Contributors

Contents

Introduction

Introduction

pp. 5-6
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Articles

Struwwelpeter [pronounced Stroolvelpayter] or Happy Tales and Funny Pictures Freely Translated

pp. 155-165
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Mark Twain's "Slovenly Peter" in the Context of Twain and German Culture

pp. 166-180
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Struwwelpeter at One Hundred and Fifty: Norms, Control and Discipline in the Civilizing Process

pp. 181-200
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Civilizing Manners and Mocking Morality: Dr. Heinrich Hoffmann's Struwwelpeter

pp. 201-216
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"Tricky Dick": Struwwelpeter and American Politics

pp. 217-229
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Portrait of the Female Artist as a Young Robin: Maria Edgeworth's Telltale Tailpiece

pp. 230-263
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Book Reviews

Walt Disney and the roots of children's popular culture

pp. 264-271
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You've got to be cruel to be kind: the life of Roald Dahl

pp. 272-274
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Mapping the terrain of American children's literature

pp. 275-279
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Toward understanding Sendak

pp. 280-282
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Children's literature in academe and beyond

pp. 283-287
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Little women and their books

pp. 288-292
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Beyond adaptation: the need for literary criticism in the reading of children's film

pp. 293-295
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Uncle Walt unmasked

pp. 296-298
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