Volume 21, Number 2, April 1997

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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How Children's Literature Changed: What Happened in the 1840s?

General Issue

Contents

Articles

How Children's Literature Changed: What Happened in the 1840s?

pp. 153-162
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Classic Fantasy Novel as Didactic Victorian Bildunsroman: The Cuckoo Clock

pp. 163-192
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Domesticating Bronte's Moors: Motherhood in The Secret Garden

pp. 193-203
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A Wilderness Inside: Domestic Space in the Work of Beatrix Potter

pp. 204-214
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Self, Other, and Other Self: Recognizing the Other in Children's Literature

pp. 215-229
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Reading the Signs of Light: Anglo Saxonism, Education and Obedience in Susan Cooper's The Dark is Rising

pp. 230-250
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A Poetics of History: Karen Cushman's Medieval World

pp. 251-266
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Reading the Shards and Fragments: Holocaust Literature for Young Readers

pp. 267-280
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Book Reviews

Worshiping at the altar of Oz

pp. 281-283
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Children's literature about Africa

pp. 284-287
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Searching for Grace in Children's Fantasy

pp. 288-290
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Freud in Mr. McGregor's garden

pp. 291-294
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Concordance to Deep Valley

pp. 295-298
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The Analysis of Power in Children's Literature

pp. 299-303
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Examining Streatfeild through a feminist lens

pp. 304-306
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