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Children's literature. Volume 25

Author: Francelia ButlerR H W DillardMitzi MyersU C KnoepflmacherElizabeth Lennox KeyserAll authors
Publisher: New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francelia Butler; R H W Dillard; Mitzi Myers; U C Knoepflmacher; Elizabeth Lennox Keyser; John Cech; Modern Language Association. Division on Children's Literature.; Children's Literature Association (U.S.)
ISBN: 0300070004 9780300070002 0300070012 9780300070019
OCLC Number: 42819161
Notes: "Annual of the Modern Language Association Division on Children's Literature and the Children's Literature Association."
Description: xvii, 289 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: From the editors: "Cross-writing" and the reconceptualizing of children's literary studies --
Misreading the cross-writer : the case of Wilhelm Hauff's Dwarf long nose / Maureen Thum --
Kipling's "Just-so" partner : the dead child collaborator and muse / U.C. Knoepflmacher --
Treasure seekers and invaders : E. Nesbit's cross-writing of the Bastables / Mavis Reimer --
"You catch it if you try to do otherwise" : the limitations of E. Nesbit's cross-written vision of the child / Erika Rothwell --
E. Nesbit, the Bastables, and The red house : a response / Julia Briggs --
Benevolent brothers and supervising mothers : ideology in the children's verses of Mary and Charles Lamb and Charlotte Smith / Donelle R. Ruwe --
Canonical "orphans" and critical Ennui : rereading Edgeworth's cross-writing / Mitzi Myers --
Parables and parodies : Margaret Gatty's audiences in the Parables from nature / Alan Rauch --
"The best magazine for children of all ages" : cross editing St. Nicholas Magazine (1873-1905) / Susan R. Gannon. Goblin market as a cross-audienced poem : children's fairy tale, adult erotic fantasy / Lorraine Janzen Kooistra --
The government of boys : Golding's Lord of the flies and Ballantyne's Coral Island / Minnie Singh --
Varia : "Mistress of infantine language" : Lady Ellenor Fenn, her Set of toys, and the "education of each moment" / Andrea Immel --
Reviews : Voicing the unvoiceable / Peter F. Neumeyer --
Moving thresholds, expanding genres / Gillian Adams --
The culture and literature of girlhood : liberation or limitation? / Angela E. Hubler --
Beholding American children : a British perspective / Patricia Craddock --
Reflecting on girls' series / Sherrie A. Inness --
In search of the new child : 1730-1830 / Susan R. Gannon --
Tellers and tales / Patricia Pace.
Responsibility: [Founder and senior editor: Francelia Butler ; editor-in-chief: R.H.W. Dillard ; guest editors: Mitzi Myers and U.C. Knoepflmacher ; editor: Elizabeth Lennox Keyser ; book review editor: John Czech.

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