1. From the Editor
  2. Julie Pfeiffer
  3. pp. vii-ix
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  1. From Philosophical Experiment to Adventure Fiction: English Adaptations of French Robinsonades and the Politics of Genre
  2. Elizabeth Massa Hoiem
  3. pp. 1-29
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  1. Trap-Doors and Weirdnesses: Alternate Subjectivities in Louisa May Alcott's March Trilogy
  2. Agapi Theodorou-Shapiro
  3. pp. 30-55
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  1. Queer Elasticity: Imperial Boyhood in Late Nineteenth-Century Boys' Adventure Fiction
  2. Amanda Chapman
  3. pp. 56-77
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  1. "Tomorrow Will Be Beyond All Imagining": British Identity in the Fantasies of Susan Cooper and Alan Garner
  2. Cat Ashton
  3. pp. 78-95
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  1. "But Mother, I'm a Man Now": Childhood and Community in the Musical and Film Versions of Into the Woods
  2. Rebecca Rowe
  3. pp. 96-111
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  1. "The Cards, the Cards, the Cards Will Tell": The Power of Tarot Archetypes in Disney's: The Princess and the Frog
  2. Susan M. Strayer
  3. pp. 112-132
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  1. A Character of One's Own: The Perils of Female Authorship in the Young Adult Novel from Alcott to Birdsall
  2. Megan Lynn Isaac
  3. pp. 133-168
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  1. Color Multiculturally: Twenty-First-Century Multicultural Picturebooks, Color(ing) Beyond the Lines
  2. Gretchen Papazian
  3. pp. 169-200
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  1. One Child Reading: My Auto-Bibliography by Mackey Margaret (review)
  2. Kara Keeling, Scott Pollard
  3. pp. 201-206
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  1. Reading Children: Literacy, Property, and the Dilemmas of Childhood in Nineteenth-Century America by Patricia Crain (review)
  2. Shawna McDermott
  3. pp. 207-210
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  1. Reading in the Dark: Horror in Children's Literature and Culture ed. by Jessica R. McCort (review)
  2. Chris McGee
  3. pp. 210-215
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  1. Girls' Series Fiction and American Popular Culture ed. by LuElla D'Amico (review)
  2. Emily Hamilton-Honey
  3. pp. 216-222
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  1. Fictions of Integration: American Children's Literature and the Legacies of Brown v. Board of Education by Naomi Lesley (review)
  2. M. Tyler Sasser
  3. pp. 223-227
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  1. The Sino-Japanese War and Youth Literature: Friends and Foes on the Battlefield by Minjie Chen (review)
  2. Claudia Nelson
  3. pp. 227-230
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  1. Left Out: The Forgotten Tradition of Radical Publishing for Children in Britain 1910–1949 by Kimberley Reynolds (review)
  2. Christopher Owen
  3. pp. 231-235
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  1. The Big Smallness: Niche Marketing, the American Culture Wars, and the New Children's Literature by Michelle Ann Abate (review)
  2. Niall Nance-Carroll
  3. pp. 235-238
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  1. Ethics and Form in Fantasy Literature: Tolkien, Rowling and Meyer by Lykke Guanio-Uluru (review)
  2. Ryan K. Strader
  3. pp. 243-246
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  1. Children's Fantasy Literature: An Introduction by Michael Levy and Farah Mendlesohn (review)
  2. Martha P. Hixon
  3. pp. 246-253
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  1. Digital Citizenship in Twenty-First-Century Young Adult Literature: Imaginary Activism by Megan L. Musgrave (review)
  2. Gretchen Papazian
  3. pp. 253-257
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  1. Contributors and Editors
  2. pp. 258-259
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  1. Award Applications
  2. pp. 260-262
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