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Children's literature. volume 28 : annual of the Modern Language Association Division of Children's Literature and the Children's Literature Association

Author: Francelia ButlerR H W DillardElizabeth Lennox KeyserChristine DoyleJulie PfeifferAll authors
Publisher: New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, 2000.
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Annual of The Modern Language Association Division on Children's Literature and The Children's Literature Association.

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francelia Butler; R H W Dillard; Elizabeth Lennox Keyser; Christine Doyle; Julie Pfeiffer; Modern Language Association of America. Division on Children's Literature.; Children's Literature Association (U.S.)
ISBN: 0300082355 9780300082357
OCLC Number: 44763304
Description: x, 291 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Pleasure and genre; speculations on the characteristics of children's fiction / Perry Nodelman --
The pleasure of the process: same place but different / Roderick McGillis --
Of dialectic and divided consciousness: intersections between children's literature and childhood studies / Thomas Travisano --
A pride of pleasures / Margaret R. Higonnet --
The urge to sameness / Perry Nodelman --
Boyology in the twentieth century / Kenneth Kidd --
Turn-of-the-century grotesque: the Uptons' Golliwogg and dolls in context / Marilynn Olson --
Plain speaking: Black beauty as a Quaker text / Peter Hollindale --
Doris Orgel's The devil in Vienna: from trope into history / Hamida Bosmajian --
Maurice Sendak's urban landscapes / Joseph Stanton --
James Pettit Andrews's "books" (1790): the first critical survey of English children's literature / Andrea Immel --
"Things by their right name": peace education in Evenings at home / Penny Mahon --
The lion and the lamb: imagining and creating peace through the arts / Phyllis Bixler --
In memoriam: Francelia Butler, 1913-1998 / R.H.W. Dillard --
In Mansfield Hollow: for Francelia / John Cech --
Francelia's dream / Eric Dawson --
"Still so much work to be done": taking up the challenge of children's poetry / Anita Tarr --
A fuzzy genre: two views of fantasy / Gillian Adams --
Crosswriting the school story / Kenneth Kidd --
A new salvo in the literary battle of the sexes / Raymond E. Jones --
From wonderland to the marketplace: Alice's progeny / Stephen Canham --
Dealing with Victorian fairies / Jan Susina --
Reading a feminist romance: literary critics and Little women / Gregory Eiselein --
The Wizard of Oz in the twentieth century: studying Baum's masterwork / Anne K. Phillips --
"Where the girls are"--and aren't / June Cummins --
Letters from the editor: the making of modern children's literature / Deborah Stevenson --
Dangerous images: the pictorial construction of childhood / Hamida Bosmajian --
The transactional school of children's literature criticism / Roberta Seelinger Trites.
Responsibility: [Founder and senior editor: Francelia Butler ; editor-in-chief: R.H.W. Dillard ; editors: Elizabeth Lennox Keyser and Julie Pfeiffer ; book review editor: Christine Doyle].

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