Volume 45, 2017

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. vii-x
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Articles

Queen Alice and the Monstrous Child: Alice through the Looking-Glass

pp. 1-20
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The Language of Attire in Edith Nesbit’s Bastable Stories

pp. 21-44
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The Liminal Poetics of The Wind in the Willows

pp. 45-68
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Flight Behavior: Mr. Darling and Masculine Models in J. M. Barrie’s Peter and Wendy

pp. 69-91
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Jesse Jackson’s Call Me Charley: Protesting Segregated Recreation in Cold War America

pp. 92-113
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It Is Not Enough to Speak: Toward a Coalitional Consciousness in the Young Adult Rape Novel

pp. 114-137
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The Binding of Isaac: Jewish and Christian Appropriations of the Akedah (Genesis 22) in Contemporary Picture Books

pp. 138-163
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BeForever?: Disability in American Girl Historical Fiction

pp. 164-187
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Varia

“Why do we write children’s books?” by Astrid Lindgren

pp. 188-195
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Reviews

The Reception of Ancient Greece and Rome in Children’s Literature: Heroes and Eagles ed. by Lisa Maurice (review)

pp. 196-202
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The Middle Ages in Children’s Literature by Clare Bradford (review)

pp. 202-207
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British Children’s Poetry in the Romantic Era: Verse, Riddle, and Rhyme by Donelle Ruwe (review)

pp. 208-213
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The Story of Alice: Lewis Carroll and the Secret History of Wonderland by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst (review)

pp. 213-218
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The L. M. Montgomery Reader. Volume 1: A Life in Print ed. by Benjamin Lefebvre, and: The L. M. Montgomery Reader. Volume 2: A Critical Heritage ed. by Benjamin Lefebvre, and: The L. M. Montgomery Reader. Volume 3: A Legacy in Review ed. by Benjamin Lefebvre (review)

pp. 219-224
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Talking Animals in Children’s Fiction: A Critical Study by Catherine Elick (review)

pp. 224-229
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History Repeating Itself: The Republication of Children’s Historical Literature and the Christian Right by Gregory M. Pfitzer, and: Children’s Bibles in America: A Reception History of the Story of Noah’s Ark in US Children’s Bibles by Russell W. Dalton (review)

pp. 229-239
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Human Rights in Children’s Literature: Imagination and the Narrative of Law by Jonathan Todres and Sarah Higinbotham (review)

pp. 239-244
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Family Films in Global Cinema: The World beyond Disney ed. by Noel Brown and Bruce Babington (review)

pp. 244-247
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Children’s Literature and the Avant-Garde ed. by Elina Druker and Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer (review)

pp. 248-255
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Playful Texts and the Emergent Reader: Developing Metalinguistic Awareness by Anne Plummer (review)

pp. 255-260
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The Early Reader in Children’s Literature and Culture: Theorizing Books for Beginning Readers ed. by Jennifer M. Miskec and Annette Wannamaker (review)

pp. 260-265
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Contributors and Editors

pp. 266-267
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