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Volume 38, 2010

Table of Contents

From the Editors

pp. vii-x


The Sea Cook's Wife: Evocations of Slavery in Treasure Island

pp. 1-26

Walter Crane and the Decorative Illustration of Books

pp. 27-43

Gastronomic Utopias: The Legacy of Political Hunger in African American Lore

pp. 44-63

Children's Literature and the Child Flâneur

pp. 64-91

Childhood Readings and the Genesis of Names in the Earthsea Novels of Ursula K. Le Guin

pp. 92-114

Contrary to Expectations: Exploring Blake's Contraries in David Almond's Skellig

pp. 115-132

Promise and Peril: The Gendered Implications of Pat Mora's Pablo's Tree and Ana Castillo's My Daughter, My Son, the Eagle, the Dove

pp. 133-152

"Genius, Scientist, Saint": Carver as Hagiography

pp. 153-180

A Story of the Exceptional: Fate and Free Will in the Harry Potter Series

pp. 181-206


Loyal Dogs and Meiji Boys: The Controversy Over Japan's First Children's Story, Koganemaru (1891)

pp. 207-222


Alice, Not Peter

pp. 223-230

Rewriting History

pp. 231-236

Child's Play: Collaboration and Resistance

pp. 237-240

Romanticism and the Psychology of Mythopoetic Fantasy

pp. 241-248

Anne of Green Gables: Criticism after a Century

pp. 249-253

The Magic of L. M. Montgomery: Her Life and Works

pp. 254-259

The Gatekeepers of Children's Literature

pp. 260-261

Adolescence: A History of Control

pp. 262-266

Nancy Drew and Friends: Girl Detectives

pp. 267-269

Nomadic Criticism

pp. 270-273

Dissertations of Note

Dissertations of Note

pp. 274-290

Contributors and Editors

Contributors and Editors

pp. 291-293

Award Applications

Award Applications

pp. 294-295

Research Areas


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