Volume 21, Number 1, January 1997

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Special Issue: Forgotten Authors

Mixed Messages: Authoring and Authority in British Boys' Magazines

Special Issue: Forgotten Authors
Guest Edited by Lynne Vallone

Contents

Introduction

Editor's Introduction

pp. 5-7
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Articles

Mixed Messages: Authoring and Authority in British Boys' Magazines

pp. 1-19
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"Things Like That Did Not Seem to Matter Much": Ethel Parton's Melissa Ann

pp. 20-39
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Missing the Boat: Countee Cullen's The Lost Zoo

pp. 40-58
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Communist in a Coonskin Cap? Meridel Le Sueur's Books for Children and Reformulation of America's Cold War Frontier Epic

pp. 59-85
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Misplaced: The Fantasies and Fortunes of Elizabeth Goudge

pp. 86-111
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Sentiment and Significance: The Impossibility of Recovery in the Children's Literature Canon, or The Drowning of The Water Babies

pp. 112-130
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Interview with Peter Sis

pp. 131-141
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Book Reviews

Understanding American childhood

pp. 142-144
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History of children's books revisited

pp. 145-147
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Cultured Toys

pp. 148-151
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