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  Volume 39, Number 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents



pp. 1-3


Mature Poets Steal: Children’s Literature and the Unpublishability of Fanfiction

pp. 4-27

Pure Passion: The Twilight Saga, “Abstinence Porn,” and Adolescent Women’s Fan Fiction

pp. 28-48

“What did she see?”: The White Gaze and Postmodern Triple Consciousness in Walter Dean Myers’s Monster

pp. 49-67

My Monster Myself: Recuperating the Maternal in Early Children’s Horror by Zilpha Keatley Snyder and Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

pp. 68-87

“We Ought to Obey God Rather Than Men”: Obedience and the Development of Spiritually Inspired Independence in the Elsie Dinsmore Series

pp. 88-104

Symposium on Margaret Mahy
Edited by Claudia Marquis

“A very mysterious world”: Placing Margaret Mahy

pp. 105-110

Made in New Zealand: Place and Enchantment in Margaret Mahy’s Picture Books

pp. 111-120

Re-Viewing Margaret Mahy: Landscapes of Language and Imagination

pp. 121-129

“Knitted Up Again”: Remembering Margaret Mahy

pp. 130-139

Margaret Mahy: Embodying Feminism

pp. 140-149

Works Cited

pp. 150-154

Books Received

Books Received

p. 155

Book Reviews

Little Women: An Annotated Edition by Louisa May Alcott (review)

pp. 156-158

Howard Pyle: Imagining An American School of Art by Jill P. May, Robert E. May (review)

pp. 158-163

Girls and Their Comics: Finding a Female Voice in Comic Book Narrative by Jacqueline Danziger-Russell (review)

pp. 164-166

The Country of the Young: Interpretations of Youth and Childhood in Irish Culture ed. by John Countryman, Kelly Matthews (review)

pp. 166-168

Colonial India in Children’s Literature by Supriya Goswami (review)

pp. 168-170

The Nation in Children’s Literature: Nations of Childhood ed. by Christopher (Kit) Kelen, Björn Sundmark (review)

pp. 171-173

Time of Beauty, Time of Fear: The Romantic Legacy in the Literature of Childhood ed. by James Holt McGavran (review)

pp. 174-178

Fictions of Adolescent Carnality: Sexy Sinners and Delinquent Deviants by Lydia Kokkola (review)

pp. 178-181

Children’s Literature, Popular Culture, and Robinson Crusoe by Andrew O’Malley (review)

pp. 181-183

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