Volume 23, Number 1, January 1999

Table of Contents

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Guest Editor: Karín Lesnik-Oberstein, Catriona Nicholson and Tony Watkins

Editor's Introduction

pp. 1-11
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The Devil and Madame Doubtfire: Anne Fine and the Revolution in Contemporary British Children's Fiction

pp. 12-21
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The Real Adolescent: Performance and Negativity in Melvyn Burgess's Junk

pp. 22-29
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Drawing Out Ideas: A Second Decade of the Work of Anthony Browne

pp. 30-56
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Michael Rosen and Contemporary British Poetry for Children

pp. 57-66
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On the Inside Looking In: Contemporary Anglo-Welsh Fantasy

pp. 67-78
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Exodus from the City: Peter Dickinson's Eva

pp. 79-85
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Only Make-Believe? Lies, Fictions, and Metafictions in Geraldine McCaughrean's A Pack of Lies and Philip Pullman's Clockwork

pp. 86-96
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Why the Wolves Are Running

pp. 97-115
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Talking to Philip Pullman: An Interview

pp. 116-134
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Book Reviews

Isaac Bashevis Singer: Children's Stories and Childhood Memoirs

pp. 135-138
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Reflections of Change: Children's Literature since 1945

pp. 138-141
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Reading Lives: Reconstructing Childhood, Books, and Schools in Britain, 1870-1920

pp. 142-145
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Dear Genius: The Letters of Ursula Nordstrom

pp. 145-148
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The Making of the Alice Books: Lewis Carroll's Uses of Earlier Children's Literature, and: In Memoriam, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, 1832-1898: Obituaries of Lewis Carroll and Related Pieces

pp. 149-153
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In Memoriam

Francelia Esther McWilliams Butler, 1913-1998: A Remembrance

pp. 154-155
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