1. Imaginary Conquest and Epistemology in Nineteenth-Century Adventure Literature: Africa in Jules Verne, Burmann, May, and Twain
  2. Florian Krobb
  3. pp. 1-20
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  1. Filling in Gaps in the Historical Record: Accuracy, Authenticity, and Closure in Ann Rinaldi’s Wolf by the Ears
  2. Brian Dillon
  3. pp. 21-60
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  1. Coming of Age in a Divided City: Cultural Hybridity and Ethnic Injustice in Sandra Cisneros and Veronica Roth
  2. Suzanne Roszak
  3. pp. 61-77
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  1. Individualism, Environmentalisms, and the Pastoral in the Picture Book Biographies of Wangari Maathai
  2. Clare Echterling
  3. pp. 78-95
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  1. Cinco Hermanitas: Myth and Sisterhood in Guadalupe García McCall’s Summer of the Mariposas
  2. Cristina Herrera
  3. pp. 96-114
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  1. Decolonizing Childhood: Coming of Age in Tamora Pierce’s Fantastic Empire
  2. Sarah F. Sahn
  3. pp. 147-171
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  1. Katniss, Military Bratness: Military Culture in Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games Trilogy
  2. Antje M. Rauwerda
  3. pp. 172-191
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  1. The “Becoming” of Pinocchio: The Liminal Nature of Collodi’s Boy-Toy
  2. Anna Panszczyk
  3. pp. 192-218
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  1. Falling for Innocence: Transchild Freedom vs. Adult Judgment in Tomboy and Ma vie en rose
  2. Brian Gibson
  3. pp. 219-237
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  1. The Afterlife of Little Women by Beverly Lyon Clark (review)
  2. Marah Gubar
  3. pp. 244-250
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  1. Slavery in American Children’s Literature, 1790–2010 by Paula T. Connolly (review)
  2. Katharine Capshaw
  3. pp. 250-256
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  1. Politics and Ideology in Children’s Literature ed. by Marian Thérèse Keyes and Áine McGillicuddy (review)
  2. Angela E. Hubler
  3. pp. 261-266
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  1. Reading the Child in Children’s Literature: An Heretical Approach by David Rudd (review)
  2. Roderick McGillis
  3. pp. 277-280
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  1. The Mighty Child: Time and Power in Children’s Literature by Clémentine Beauvais (review)
  2. Paul Wake
  3. pp. 280-284
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  1. Juvenescence: A Cultural History of Our Age by Robert Pogue Harrison (review)
  2. Rachel Falconer
  3. pp. 284-292
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  1. Award Applications
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  1. From the Editor
  2. Amanda Cockrell
  3. pp. vii-xi
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  1. Makeovers, Individualism, and Vanishing Community in the Harry Potter Series
  2. Lauren Byler
  3. pp. 115-146
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  1. Contributors and Editors
  2. pp. 293-294
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