Volume 25, Number 1, January 2001

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Editors' Introduction: Celebrating Our Twenty-Fifth Anniversary, Celebrating Children's Literature Criticism

pp. 1-2
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Feminine Language and the Politics of Children's Literature

pp. 3-16
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Louisa May Alcott, William T. Adams, and the Rise of Gender-Specific Series Books

pp. 17-46
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"Where Is the Boy?": The Pleasures of Postponement in the Anne of Green Gables Series

pp. 47-69
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Indian Captivity in American Children's Literature: A Pre-Civil War Set of Stereotypes

pp. 70-80
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Harriet Tubman in Pictures: Cultural Consciousness and the Art of Picture Books

pp. 81-114
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Reading Outside the Lines: Peritext and Authenticity in South African Children's Books

pp. 115-127
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Baum, Bakhtin, and Broadway: A Centennial Look at the Carnival of Oz

pp. 128-149
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Book Reviews

Little Women and the Feminist Imagination: Criticism, Controversy, Personal Essays (review)

pp. 150-156
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The Wizard of Oz: The Shaping of an Imaginary World, and: Oz and Beyond: The Fantasy World of L. Frank Baum (review)

pp. 157-160
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It's Not Only Rock & Roll (review)

pp. 160-164
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Unspeakable Shaxxxspeares: Queer Theory and American Kiddie Culture (review)

pp. 164-168
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Dancing with Dragons: Ursula K. Le Guin and the Critics (review)

pp. 168-170
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Beatrix Potter Studies VII: Beatrix Potter as Writer and Illustrator (review)

pp. 171-174
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Psychoanalytic Responses to Children's Literature (review)

pp. 174-179
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