Volume 38, Number 3, September 2014

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. v-viii
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Ethnic Studies and Children’s Literature: A Conversation between Fields

pp. 237-257
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Pushing at the Boundaries of the Book: Humor, Mediation, and Distance in Carroll, Thackeray, and Stevenson

pp. 258-278
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The Junior Literary Guild and the Child Reader as Citizen

pp. 279-302
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Rereading Robert Cormier: Realism, Naturalism, and the Young Adult Novel

pp. 303-326
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Ethics and Edibility in Charlotte’s Web

pp. 327-341
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Dismembering “Patriotism”: Cosmopolitan Haunting in Theresa Breslin’s Remembrance

pp. 342-359
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Reading Games in Auschwitz: Play in Holocaust Youth Literature

pp. 360-380
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Book Reviews

Old Guard → Avant-Garde → Kindergarde: The 2014 Lion and the Unicorn Award for Excellence in North American Poetry

pp. 381-400
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Reading the Child in Children’s Literature: An Heretical Approach by David Rudd (review)

pp. 401-403
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Chinese Literature and the Child: Children and Childhood in Late Twentieth-Century Chinese Fiction by Kate Foster (review)

pp. 404-406
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Fictions of Adolescent Carnality: Sexy Sinners and Delinquent Deviants by Lydia Kokkola (review)

pp. 407-409
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Reading Like a Girl: Narrative Intimacy in Contemporary American Young Adult Literature by Sara K. Day (review)

pp. 409-413
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You, Me and Diversity: Picturebooks for Teaching Development and Intercultural Education by Anne M. Dolan (review)

pp. 413-416
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(Re)imagining the World: Children’s Literature’s Response to Changing Times ed. by Yan Wu, Kerry Mallan, Roderick McGillis (review)

pp. 416-419
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Children’s Literature and Capitalism: Fictions of Social Mobility in Britain, 1850–1914 by Christopher Parkes (review)

pp. 419-422
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