Volume 25, Number 3, September 2001

Table of Contents

From: The Lion and the Unicorn

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Editor's Introduction: Racism and Antiracism: Forty Years of Theories and Debates

pp. 337-352
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A Sea of Good Intentions: Native Americans in Books for Children

pp. 353-374
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Othello, Othello, Where Art Thou?

pp. 375-390
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Labour Party Reforms Versus Imperialist Literary Practice

pp. 391-411
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Why Are People Different?: Multiracial Families in Picture Books and the Dialogue of Difference

pp. 412-426
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Book Reviews

Walt Disney and Europe: European Influences on the Animated Feature Films of Walt Disney (review)

pp. 427-432
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Inventing the Child: Culture, Ideology, and the Story of Childhood (review)

pp. 432-436
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You're Only Young Twice: Children's Literature and Film (review)

pp. 436-441
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Alice's Adventures in the Oral-Literary Continuum (review)

pp. 441-444
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How Picturebooks Work (review)

pp. 444-448
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The Ambitious Generation: America's Teenagers, Motivated but Directionless (review)

pp. 448-451
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