Volume 22, Number 2, April 1998

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Toward a Reappraisal of the Views of Early American Children's Authors Concerning Fantasy Literature

pp. 141-146
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"Hey, Who's the Kid with the Green Umbrella?" Re-evaluating the Black-a-Moor and Little Black Sambo

pp. 147-162
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Cinderella, Marie Antoinette, and Sara: Roles and Role Models in A Little Princess

pp. 163-187
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"Where's Mama?" The Construction of the Feminine in The Hobbit

pp. 188-195
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Thatchers and Thatcherites: Lost and Found Empires in Three British Fantasies

pp. 196-210
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Fiction Under Siege: Rushdie's Quest for Narrative Emancipation in Haroun and the Sea of Stories

pp. 211-220
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Exit Children's Literature?

pp. 221-236
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Book Reviews

Only Connect: Readings on Children's Literature, and: Celebrating Children's Literature in Education: A Selection (review)

pp. 237-241
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Ways of Knowing: Literature and the Intellectual Life of Children (review)

pp. 241-244
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"Censorship in Children's Literature", Para.doxa: Studies in World Literary Genres 2.3-4 (1996), and: What Johnny Shouldn't Read: Textbook Censorship in America (review)

pp. 244-250
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Cool: The Signs and Meanings of Adolescence, and: Teenagers: An American History (review)

pp. 250-254
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The World of Hannah More (review)

pp. 255-259
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The New Girl: Girls' Culture in England, 1880-1915, and: Regendering the School Story: Sassy Sissies and Tattling Tomboys (review)

pp. 259-263
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Being a Boy Again: Autobiography and the American Boy Book (review)

pp. 263-266
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Language and Control in Children's Literature (review)

pp. 266-269
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Ludwig Bemelmans (review)

pp. 269-272
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Sarah Fielding (review)

pp. 272-276
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