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  Volume 38, Number 2, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Introduction

Middle Age

pp. 133-136
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Articles

On the Possibility of Elsewhere: A Postsecular Reading of Lois Lowry's Giver Trilogy

pp. 137-158
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"I must have my gossip with the young folks": Letter Writing and Literacy in The Boys' and Girls' Magazine and Fireside Companion

pp. 159-176
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Childhood and Greek Love: Dorian Gray and Peter Pan

pp. 177-198
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A Wolf in Tiger's Clothing: Danger, Desire, and Pleasure in Judith Kerr's The Tiger Who Came to Tea

pp. 199-214
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"Counting Coup" on Children's Literature about American Indians: Louise Erdrich's Historical Fiction

pp. 215-235
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Books Received

p. 236
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Book Reviews

Child-Sized History: Fictions of the Past in U.S.Classrooms by Sara L. Schwebel (review)

pp. 237-243
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The Irresistible Fairy Tale: The Cultural and Social History of a Genre by Jack Zipes (review)

pp. 243-246
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Philosophy in Children's Literature ed. by Peter R. Costello (review)

pp. 246-248
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Comics versus Art by Bart Beaty, and: Comic Books and American Cultural History: An Anthology ed. by Matthew Pustz (review)

pp. 249-252
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Children's Literature and British Identity: Imagining a People and a Nation by Rebecca Knuth (review)

pp. 252-254
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Disciplining Girls: Understanding the Origins of the Classic Orphan Girl Story by Joe Sutliff Sanders (review)

pp. 254-256
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Genre, Reception, and Adaptation in the "Twilight" Series ed. by Anne Morey (review)

pp. 256-258
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Through the Magic Door: Ursula Moray Williams, Gobbolino and the Little Wooden Horse by Colin Davison (review)

pp. 259-261
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