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  Volume 24, Number 1, January 2000

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Disdain or Ignorance? Literary Theory and the Absence of Children's Literature

pp. 1-17
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The Coach and Six: Chapbook Residue in Late Eighteenth-Century Children's Literature

pp. 18-44
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Sensational Schoolboys: Mrs. Henry Wood's The Orville College Boys

pp. 45-60
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Tamings and Ordeals: Depictions of Female and Male Coming of Age in the West in Turn-of-the-Century Youth's Companion Serials

pp. 61-80
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The Present Reshaping the Past Reshaping the Present: Film Versions of Little Women

pp. 81-96
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"All That Is Solid Melts into the Air": The Winds of Change and Other Analogues of Colonialism in Disney's Mary Poppins

pp. 97-109
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Children and Other Talking Animals

pp. 110-127
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Speaking to Both Children and Genre: Le Guin's Ethics of Audience

pp. 128-142
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"I" of the Beholder: An Interview with Tana Hoban

pp. 143-149
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Book Reviews

Inside Picture Books (review)

pp. 150-156
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The Red King's Dream or Lewis Carroll in Wonderland, and: The Alice Companion: A Guide to Lewis Carroll's Alice Books, and: Lewis Carroll and Alice: New Horizons (review)

pp. 157-161
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Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Woman behind the Legend, and: Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture, and Laura Ingalls Wilde (review)

pp. 162-168
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Delinquents and Debutantes: Twentieth-Century American Girls' Cultures, and: Serious about Series: Evaluations and Annotations of Teen Fiction in Paperback Series (review)

pp. 168-171
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