1991 Proceedings

Table of Contents

Presidential Address

The Presidential Address Reading and Literacy: A Lifetime Work

pp. 1-5
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Featured Speakers

East Meets West in Lafcadio Hearn

pp. 6-14
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The Image of the Child in the Picture Books of Ezra Jack Keats

pp. 15-26
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Contemporary Childhood: Terror, Containment, Community

pp. 27-40
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Books for the Post-Revolutionary Reader

pp. 41-49
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Literacy and Empowerment

pp. 50-52
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Ezra Jack Keats' Neighborhood

pp. 53-55
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Awards and Scholarships

Awards and Scholarships

p. 56
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Best Paper of the Conference

Secret Garden II: Lady Chatterley's Lover as Palimpsest

p. 57
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Papers

Two Images of the Victorian Child: Stevenson's and Rossetti's Differing Views

pp. 58-63
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The Descent into Light: A Post-Romantic Image of the Child

pp. 64-70
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Kate Douglas Wiggin's Portraits of the Artist as a Girl

pp. 71-75
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The Illustrated Postmodern

pp. 76-82
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Images of the Child as Musician

pp. 83-88
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Images of Hawaii for Children: Cultural Deprivileging and Reprivileging

pp. 89-99
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The Blue Tortoise Tattoo: The Quixotic Reader in Jacob Have I Loved

pp. 100-106
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"Child's Pleasure-Garden": Nineteenth-Century American Children's Magazines and the Concept of Childhood Autonomy

pp. 107-111
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The Image of the Child in Lindgren's Pippi Longstocking

pp. 112-119
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"We Dance to the Music of Our Own Time": Reflected Images of Granddaughters and Grandmothers

pp. 120-126
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"Every Mother's Dream": Cynthia Voigt's Orphans

pp. 127-131
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Faulkner's The Wishing Tree as Children's Literature

pp. 132-140
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The Child Is Mother of the Woman: Heidi Revisited

pp. 141-147
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The Image of the Child as Artist and Aesthete

pp. 148-153
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The Suffering Child's Plea for Peace in Japanese Picture Books

pp. 154-160
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Images of Contemporary Japanese Children by Japanese-American Immigrants

pp. 161-167
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The Legacy of Peter Pan and Wendy: Images of Lost Innocence and Social Consequences in Harriet the Spy

pp. 168-173
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The Image of the Child in Chinese Folktales

pp. 174-180
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Pippi Longstocking: Images of an Iconoclast

pp. 181-187
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The Image of the Curious Child

pp. 188-193
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Bobstays and Billygoats: Arthur Ransome's Nancy Blackett, the Image of the New Woman

pp. 194-199
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The Spy and the Poet: Young Girls as Writers in Harriet the Spy and Anastasia Krupnik

pp. 200-204
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Innocent Tales for Innocent Children?: Johann Gottfried Herder's Image of the Child and the Grimms' Fairy and Household Tales

pp. 205-216
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What Katy Read: Susan Coolidge and the Image of the Victorian Child

pp. 217-222
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The Image of the Child in Picture Books: Adult/Child Perspectives

pp. 223-230
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Reflected Images: The Child in Modern Children's Literature

pp. 231-240
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The Baroque Child

pp. 241-250
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The Evangelical Image of the Child in Mrs. Sherwood's The History of the Fairchild Family

pp. 251-256
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Lost in Space: The Child in the American Landscape

pp. 257-262
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Playing Oz: The Bridge From Page to Stage

pp. 263-270
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The Image of Children as Daydreamers in Marie-Louise Gay's Picture Books

pp. 271-278
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The Center of Centerburg: Robert McCloskey's Regionalist Image of Boyhood

pp. 279-286
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Notes from a Dark Side of the Nursery: Negative Images in Alphabet Books

pp. 287-292
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A Nostalgic Image of Childhood: Nancy Ruth Patterson's The Christmas Cup

pp. 293-299
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In the Image of Young America: Girls of the New Republic

pp. 300-306
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Images of the Child in French Literature

pp. 307-314
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The Fable Child's Image in Words and Pictures

pp. 315-321
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Hansel and Gretel as Abandoned Children: Timeless Images for a Postmodern Age

pp. 322-332
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Abstracts

Abstracts

pp. 333-334
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Workshops, Special Sessions, and Panels

Workshops, Special Sessions, and Panels

pp. 335-336
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