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Children's literature. Volume 22 : annual of the Modern Language Association Division on Children's literature and the Children's Literature Association.

Author: Modern Language Association. Division on Children's Literature.; Children's Literature Association (U.S.)
Publisher: New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, 1994.
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This volume focuses primarily upon Victorian and Edwardian literature, studying a range of writing for children, from nursery rhymes, ephemera, and short stories, to musicals, novels, and epics.

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Modern Language Association. Division on Children's Literature.; Children's Literature Association (U.S.)
ISBN: 0300058748 9780300058741 0300058756 9780300058758
OCLC Number: 30446826
Description: x, 233 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Sound, sense, and structure in Christina Rossetti's Sing-song / Sharon Smulders --
"We don't mind the bumps" : reforming the child's body in Louisa May Alcott's "Cupid and Chow-chow / Angela M. Estes and Kathleen Margaret Lant --
The inner family of The wind in the willows / Bonnie Gaarden --
Response to "The inner family" / Cynthia Marshall --
Response to Cynthia Marshall / Bonnie Gaarden --
Bodies and pleasures in The wind in the willows / Cynthia Marshall --
Response to "Bodies and pleasures" / Bonnie Gaarden --
Clothed in nature or nature clothed : dress as metaphor in the illustrations of Beatrix Potter and C.M. Barker / Carole Scott --
Heroic ideology and the children's Beowulf / Anna Smol --
The secret garden "misread" : the broadway musical as creative interpretation / Phyllis Bixler --
Varia : "Tea with Alice of Alice of Wonderland" / Miles Franklin (with an introduction and cultural critique by Sanjay Sircar) --
Timescape at Hemingford Grey : Lucy Boston's centenary / Peter Hollindale --
Cat-quest : a symbolic animal in Margaret Wise Brown / Suzanne Rahn --
Margaret Wise Brown : awakened by you know who / Angelea M. Estes --
Reviews : Humane ideology / Perry Nodelman --
Widening circles : readers, classrooms, cultures / J.D. Stahl --
Hawthorne's "New literature for the young" / Elizabeth Goodenough --
Audaciously, archetypally American / John Cech --
The Anne-girl and her critics / Anne K. Phillips --
Fiber, bone, and sinew aplenty / Mary V. Jackson --
Folktales and traditional morality / Christa Kamenetsky --
Interrupting the critical line from rationalism to romanticism / Lissa Paul --
Victorian fantasy fiction is no longer just for the childlike / Glenn Edward Sadler.

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