Volume 28, Number 2, April 2004

Table of Contents

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Special Issue: Children and Science Fiction

Guest Editor: Janice M. Bogstad and Michael M. Levy

Editor's Introduction I: Girls and Science Fiction

pp. v-viii
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Editor's Introduction II: Boys and Science Fiction

pp. ix-xi
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"We Has Found the Enemy and They Is Us": Virtual War and Empathy in Four Children's Science Fiction Novels

pp. 171-185
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Ender's Game and Ender's Shadow: Orson Scott Card's Postmodern School Stories

pp. 186-202
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Not So Brave a World: The Representation of Human Cloning in Science Fiction for Young Adults

pp. 203-221
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"Is He Still Human? Are You?": Young Adult Science Fiction in the Posthuman Age

pp. 222-246
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Carnivalizing the Future: A New Approach to Theorizing Childhood and Adulthood in Science Fiction for Young Readers

pp. 247-267
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Four Generations of Tom Swift: Ideology in Juvenile Science Fiction

pp. 268-283
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Is There Any Such Thing as Children's Science Fiction?: A Position Piece

pp. 284-313
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Book Reviews

Victorian Horizons: The Reception of the Picture Books of Walter Crane, Randolph Caldecott, and Kate Greenaway (review)

pp. 314-317
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The Feminine Subject in Children's Literature (review)

pp. 317-320
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L. Frank Baum's World of Oz: A Classic Series at 100 (review)

pp. 321-323
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