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  1987 Proceedings

Table of Contents

Presidential Address

The Presidential Address The Children's Literature Association: Cha La or ChLA?

pp. 1-3
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Keynote Address

Lone Voices in the Crowd: The Limits of Multiculturalism

pp. 5-10
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Adress

Elizabeth Cleaver Memorial Lecture

pp. 11-16
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Awards and Scholarships

1987 ChLA Awards and Scholarships

p. 17
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Phoenix Award

The Phoenix Award

p. 19
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Acceptance: 1987 Phoenix Award

p. 20
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The remarks of Mark West:

p. 21
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Remarks of Taimi Ranta:

pp. 22-24
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The remarks of Agnes Perkins:

pp. 25-26
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The remarks of Alethea Helbig:

pp. 27-29
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Plenary Paper

Editing Inuit Literature: Leaving the Teeth in the Gently Smiling Jaws

pp. 31-35
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Papers

Cross-Culturalism and Inter-Generational Communication In Children's Literature

pp. 37-40
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Catechisms: Whatsoever a Christian Child Ought to Know

pp. 41-48
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The Queer, the Strange, and the Curious in St. Nicholas: Cross-Culturalism in the Nineteenth Century

pp. 49-52
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The Clash between Cultural Values: Adult versus Youth on the Battlefield of Poverty

pp. 53-56
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Fanny Fern and the Culture of Poverty

pp. 57-60
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Crossing and Double-Crossing Cultural Barriers in Kipling's Kim

pp. 61-65
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Adolescents as Instruments of Change: The English-language Novel Set in Post-independence India

pp. 67-70
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Virginia Hamilton's Symbolic Presentation of the Afro-American Sensibility

pp. 71-74
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Arabic Detective Fiction for Adolescents

pp. 75-78
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"Circling the Square: the Role of Native Writers in Creating Native Literature for Children"

pp. 79-82
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Julie of the Wolves and Dogsong: The Cultural Conflict Between the Inuits and the Dominant American Culture

pp. 83-86
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Florence Crannell Means: Cultural Barriers and Bridges

pp. 87-90
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Censors as Critics: To Kill a Mockingbird as A Case Study

pp. 91-95
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Safety in the Structures of Art: Bemelmans' Madeline Books

pp. 97-100
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Kenneth Morris and The Mabinogion: The Welsh Influence on Children's Fantasy

pp. 101-106
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Fairy Tale as Myth/Myth as Fairy Tale

pp. 107-110
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Abstracts of Papers

Abstracts of Papers: Presented at the Fourteenth Annual Conference of The Children's Literature Association

pp. 111-115
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Other Presentations

Other Presentations

p. 116
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Research Areas

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