Volume 21, Number 3, September 1997

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Rarely Pure and Never Simple: The World of Irish Children's Literature

Irish Children's Literature
Guest Edited by Celia Catlett Anderson and Robert Dunbar

Contents

Introduction

Introduction

pp. 5-7
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Articles

Rarely Pure and Never Simple: The World of Irish Children's Literature

pp. 309-321
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By Imagination We Live: Some Thoughts on Irish Children's Fantasy

pp. 322-329
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Old Tales for New People: Irish Mythology Retold for Children

pp. 330-340
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A Revealing and Exciting Experience: Three of Patricia Lynch's Children's Novels

pp. 341-346
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"Inishrone Is Our Island": Rediscovering the Irish Novels of Eilis Dillon

pp. 347-368
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Reflecting A New Confidence: Irish Historical Fiction for Children

pp. 369-378
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Interview with Marita Conlon-McKenna

pp. 379-386
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Born to the "Troubles": The Northern Ireland Conflict in the Books of Joan Lingard and Catherine Sefton

pp. 387-401
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Artful Books: Illustration in Irish Children's Books

pp. 402-414
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Cruncher, Fatso, and Skyscraper Ted: Contemporary Irish Poetry for Children

pp. 415-425
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Extraordinary Exigencies: Current Irish Language Literature for the Young Reader

pp. 426-436
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As We See Ourselves: Statements from Irish Children's Publishers

pp. 437-442
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Book Reviews

A roadmap to the field

pp. 443-445
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Good books in search of good readers

pp. 446-448
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Re-emergence of a Harlem Renaissance gem

pp. 449-452
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Critic over the candlestick

pp. 453-456
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