Volume 36, Number 2, April 2012

Table of Contents

Introduction: Children and Theatre

pp. v-xiv
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The Impotence of Adult Toys: The Dance of E. T. A. Hoffmann’s Drosselmeier and Marie from Page to Stage

pp. 93-116
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Without Distinction of Age: The Pivotal Roles of Child Actors and Their Spectators in Nineteenth-Century Theatre

pp. 117-135
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The Riddle of Peter Pan’s Existence: An Unselfconscious Stage Child

pp. 136-153
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Consuming Authenticities: Billy Elliot the Musical and the Performing Child

pp. 154-173
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Little Women Acted: Responding to H.T.P.’s Response

pp. 174-192
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Back to the Books: Evaluating the Economic Factors behind Literature-based Theatre for Young Audiences Productions

pp. 193-208
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Book Reviews

Racial Innocence: Performing American Childhood from Slavery to Civil Rights (review)

pp. 209-213
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History and the Construction of the Child in Early British Children’s Literature (review)

pp. 213-217
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Contemporary English-Language Indian Children’s Literature: Representations of Nation, Culture, and the New Indian Girl (review)

pp. 217-221
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The Galaxy Is Rated G: Essays on Children’s Science Fiction Film and Television (review)

pp. 221-223
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