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The Oxford handbook of children's literature / edited by Julia Mickenberg and Lynne Vallone
Alternate Title Children's literature
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  PR990 .O94 2011    AVAILABLE
Gift from Timothy Richards and Constance McGuire, 2012
Subject(s) Children's literature, English -- History and criticism
Children's literature, American -- History and criticism
Physical Description xv, 584 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
NOTE Gift from Timothy Richards and Constance McGuire, 2012
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents The fundamentals of children's literature criticism : Alice's adventures in Wonderland and Through the looking-glass / Peter Hunt -- Randall Jarrell's The bat-poet : poets, children, and readers in an age of prose / Richard Flynn --Arnold Lobel's Frog and Toad together as a primer for critical literacy / Teya Rosenberg -- Blending genres and crossing audiences : Harry Potter and the future of literary fiction / Karin E. Westman -- Wanda's wonderland : Wanda Gág and her Millions of cats / Nathalie op de Beeck -- A cross-written Harlem renaissance : Langston Hughes's The dream keeper / Katharine Capshaw Smith -- Dumbo, Disney, and difference : Walt Disney Productions and film as children's literature / Nicholas Sammond -- Redrawing the comic-strip child : Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts as cross-writing / Charles Hatfield -- The cat in the hippie : Dr. Seuss, nonsense, the carnivalesque, and the sixties rebel / Kevin Shortsleeve -- Wild things and wolf dreams : Maurice Sendak, picture-book psychologist / Kenneth Kidd -- Reimagining the Monkey King in comics : Gene Luen Yang's American born Chinese / Lan Dong -- Froggy's little brother : nineteenth-century evangelical writing for children and the politics of poverty / Kimberley Reynolds -- History in fiction : contextualization as interpretation in Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped / M.O. Grenby -- Tom Sawyer, audience, and American Indians / Beverly Lyon Clark -- Living with the kings : class, taste, and family formation in Five little Peppers and how they grew / Kelly Hager -- A daughter of the house : discourses of adoption in L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables / Mavis Reimer -- Where in America are you, God? : Judy Blume, Margaret Simon, and American national identity / June Cummins -- Let freedom ring : land, liberty, literacy, and lore in Mildred Taylor's Logan family novels / Michelle H. Martin -- "What are young people to think?" : the subject of immigration and the immigrant subject in Francisco Jiménez's The circuit / Phillip Serrato -- "My book and heart shall never part" : reading, printing, and circulation in the New England primer / Courtney Weikle-Mills -- Castaways : The Swiss family Robinson, child bookmakers, and the possibilities of literary flotsam / Karen Sánchez-Eppler -- Tom Brown and the schoolboy crush : boyhood desire, hero worship, and the boys' school story / Eric L. Tribunella -- Peter Pan as children's theater : the issue of audience / Marah Gubar -- Jade and the tomboy tradition / Claudia Nelson -- Happily ever after : Free to be-- you and me, second-wave feminism, and 1970s American children's culture / Leslie Paris -- Paradise refigured : innocence and experience in His dark materials / Naomi Woods
Series Oxford handbooks
Alternate Author Library donation, 2012
Mickenberg, Julia L
Vallone, Lynne

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