restricted access   Volume 5, Issue 2, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Editorial

The Child of Nature and the Home Child

pp. 1-16
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Articles

The Trouble with Magic: Conjuring the Past in New York City Parks

pp. 17-39
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Charlotte Sometimes de Penelope Farmer, entre Histoire nationale et histoire individuelle, identité collective et identité personnelle

pp. 40-59
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Mickey Mouse Gas Masks and Wonderlands: Constructing Ideas of Trauma within Exhibitions about Children and War

pp. 60-79
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Sufi Mysticism and Dreams in Nabil Ayouch’s Ali Zaoua, Prince of the Streets

pp. 80-95
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Cultural Preservation and Metropolitan Transformation: Folk-Tale Traditions and The Queen of Paradise’s Garden, a Newfoundland Jack Tale

pp. 96-123
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“We Are Masters at Childhood”: Time and Agency in Poetry by, for, and about Children

pp. 124-150
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Reviews

Jean Perrot: celui qui aime recommencer

pp. 151-164
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Jumping on the “Comics for Kids” Bandwagon

pp. 165-187
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Follow the Money: Implicit Messages in Children’s Texts on Activism

pp. 188-199
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