restricted access   Volume 53, Number 3, 2015

Table of Contents

Editorial

pp. 2-4
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Errata

p. 4
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Introduction

pp. 5-8
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Feature Articles

Nonsense in the Netherlands

pp. 9-19
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“Never Do What Your Mother Tells You to Do”: Nonsense and the Interrogative Function in Annie M. G. Schmidt’s Children’s Poetry

pp. 20-27
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Nonsense, Magic, Religion, and Superstition

pp. 28-36
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“Funny” and “Curious” Verse: The Limerick in Polish Children’s Literature

pp. 37-45
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Challenging the Impossibility of Children’s Literature: The Emancipatory Qualities of Edward Lear’s Nonsense

pp. 46-55
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Nonsensing Translation: How to Turn the Spotlight on the Blind Spots of Interpretation

pp. 56-65
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How to Make Nonsense: The Verbalizing Procedures of Nonsense in Lewis Carroll’s Alice Books

pp. 66-71
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Authors and Illustrators and Their Books

How dare you?: A conversation with JonArno Lawson on nonsense

pp. 72-80
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Children & Their Books

Thinking about Immigrant Students through Literature Discussion in a Korean Classroom

pp. 82-85
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Books on Books

p. 86
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Contemporary Dystopian Fiction for Young Adults: Brave New Teenagers ed. by Balaka Basu, Katherine R. Broad, Carrie Hintz (review)

p. 87
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Creating Books for the Young in the New South Africa: Essays on authors and illustrators of children’s and young adult literature ed. by Barbara A. Lehman et al. (review)

p. 88
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Dictionnaire du livre de jeunesse: la littérature d’enfance et de jeunesse en France ed. by Isabelle Nières-Chevrel, Jean Perrot (review)

pp. 88-89
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Een land van waan en wijs: Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse jeugdliteratuur ed. by Rita Ghesquière, Vanessa Joosen, Helma van Lierop-Debrauwer (review)

pp. 89-90
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Poetika slikanice (Picture Book Poetics) by Dragica Haramija, Janja Batič (review)

pp. 90-91
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Unter dem roten Wunderschirm: Lesarten klassischer Kinder- und Jugendliteratured. by von Christoph Bräuer, Wolfgang Wangerin (review)

p. 91
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Focus IBBY

pp. 93-99
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Postcards

pp. 81-101
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