Children in Literature

Edited by Karin Lesnik-Oberstein

Yearbook of English Studies 32

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2002  •  350pp

ISBN: 1-902653-42-4 (paperback)

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Contents:

1-18
Cultural Possession, Imperial Control, and Comparative Religion: The Calcutta Perspectives of Sir William Jones and Nathaniel Brassey Halhed
Michael J. Franklin
doi:10.2307/3509044
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19-35
Faithful to the Greek?: Swinburnian Patterning (Hopkinsian Dapple)
Malcolm Hardman
doi:10.2307/3509045
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36-51
Trollope's Material Girl
Christoph Lindner
doi:10.2307/3509046
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52-64
'Arid clarity': Ezra Pound, Mina Loy, and Jules Laforgue
Peter Nicholls
doi:10.2307/3509047
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65-76
Prefiguring Cantonic Time: Temporal Categories in the Collected Shorter Poems of Ezra Pound
Peter Wilson
doi:10.2307/3509048
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77-94
Children in Literature: 'Holiday House': Grist to 'The Mill on the Floss', or Childhood as Text
Karin Lesnik-Oberstein
doi:10.2307/3509049
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95-109
Anchorage and Play in 'Frenchman's Creek': Children, Gender, and National Identity
Josephine Dolan
doi:10.2307/3509050
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110-126
The Adjective, My Daughter: Staging T. S. Eliot's 'Marina'
Stephen Thomson
doi:10.2307/3509051
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127-139
Writing the Child in Media Theory
Jonathan Bignell
doi:10.2307/3509052
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140-150
Ballet Imperial
Peter Stoneley
doi:10.2307/3509053
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151-162
Child/Animal: It's the 'Real' Thing
Sue Walsh
doi:10.2307/3509054
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163-176
Almost Human: Indeterminate Children and Dogs in 'Flush' and 'The Sound and the Fury'
Jacqui Griffiths
doi:10.2307/3509055
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177-185
Hunting the Animal Boy
Neil Cocks
doi:10.2307/3509056
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186-204
'Tendency to Precocity' and 'Childish Uncertainties' of a 'Virago at Fourteen': Djuna Barnes's 'The Diary of a Dangerous Child'
Daniela Caselli
doi:10.2307/3509057
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205-216
From Stunted Child to 'New Woman': The Significance of Physical Growth in Late-Nineteenth-Century Medicine and Fiction
Lucy Bending
doi:10.2307/3509058
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217-228
Haunted Childhood in Charlotte Brontë's 'Villette'
Lucie Armitt
doi:10.2307/3509059
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229-243
Names for Children
Robin Purves
doi:10.2307/3509060
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244-259
A Loss beyond Imagining: Child Disappearance in Fiction
Margarida Morgado
doi:10.2307/3509061
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260-261
Review of Jennifer Neville, Representations of the Natural World in Old English Poetry
Jane Roberts
doi:10.2307/3509062
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261-262
Review of Hugh Magennis, Anglo-Saxon Appetites: Food and Drink and Their Consumption in Old English and Related Literature
Peter Dendle
doi:10.2307/3509063
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262-263
Review of Edelgard E. Dubrick, Barbara I. Gusick, Death and Dying in the Middle Ages
Lucinda Becker
doi:10.2307/3509064
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264-265
Review of Erica Fudge, Ruth Gilbert, Susan Wiseman, At the Borders of the Human: Beasts, Bodies and Natural Philosophy in the Early Modern Period
Gillian Rudd
doi:10.2307/3509065
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266-267
Review of Kathleen Coyne Kelly, Marina Leslie, Menacing Virgins: Representing Virginity in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
Helen Hackett
doi:10.2307/3509066
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267-268
Review of Edward I. Condren, Chaucer and the Energy of Creation: The Design and the Organization of the 'Canterbury Tales'
Gerald Morgan
doi:10.2307/3509067
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268-269
Review of Bruce R. Smith, The Acoustic World of Early Modern England: Attending to the O-Factor
Edward Doughtie
doi:10.2307/3509068
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269-270
Review of Agnes Latham, Joyce Youings, Walter Ralegh, The Letters of Sir Walter Ralegh
Anna Beer
doi:10.2307/3509069
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270-271
Review of Linda McJannet, The Voice of Elizabethan Stage Directions: The Evolution of a Theatrical Code
Michela Calore
doi:10.2307/3509070
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271-273
Review of Ian McAdam, The Irony of Identity: Self and Imagination in the Drama of Christopher Marlowe
Darryll Grantley
doi:10.2307/3509071
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273-275
Review of Pauline Kiernan, Staging Shakespeare at the New Globe
Charles Whitney
doi:10.2307/3509072
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275-276
Review of Nina S. Levine, Women's Matters: Politics, Gender, and Nation in Shakespeare's Early History Plays
Joan Larsen Klein
doi:10.2307/3509073
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276-278
Review of Takashi Sasayama, J. R. Mulryne, Margaret Shewring, Shakespeare and the Japanese Stage
Peter Rawlings
doi:10.2307/3509074
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278-279
Review of Jay L. Halio, Hugh Richmond, Shakespearean Illuminations: Essays in Honor of Marvin Rosenberg
David Brauner
doi:10.2307/3509075
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279-281
Review of Virginia Mason Vaughan, Alden T. Vaughan, William Shakespeare, The Tempest
Andrew Gurr
doi:10.2307/3509076
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281-282
Review of Richard Madelaine, William Shakespeare, Antony and Cleopatra
R. B. Parker
doi:10.2307/3509077
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283
Review of John Ripley, 'Coriolanus' on Stage in England and America, 1609-1994
David Daniell
doi:10.2307/3509078
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284
Review of Gerald M. Pinciss, Forbidden Matter: Religion in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
David Daniell
doi:10.2307/3509079
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284-285
Review of Matthew Steggle, Wars of the Theatres: The Poetics of Personation in the Age of Jonson
Stephen Longstaffe
doi:10.2307/3509080
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285-286
Review of David Skeele, Thwarting the Wayward Seas: A Critical and Theatrical History of Shakespeare's 'Pericles' in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Ros King
doi:10.2307/3509081
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286-287
Review of Katherine Eggert, Showing like a Queen: Female Authority and Literary Experiment in Spenser, Shakespeare, and Milton
Tom Rutter
doi:10.2307/3509082
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287-288
Review of Jonathan F. S. Post, English Lyric Poetry: The Early Seventeenth Century
J. Christopher Warner
doi:10.2307/3509083
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288-290
Review of Michael Bath, Daniel Russell, Deviceful Settings: The English Renaissance Emblem and Its Contexts
C. W. R. D. Moseley
doi:10.2307/3509084
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290-292
Review of Jeffrey Johnson, The Theology of John Donne
Richard Pagano
doi:10.2307/3509085
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292-293
Review of Julia Carolyn Guernsey, The Pulse of Praise: Form as a Second Self in the Poetry of George Herbert
Richard Todd
doi:10.2307/3509086
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293-294
Review of Alison Findlay, A Feminist Perspective on Renaissance Drama
Janette Dillon
doi:10.2307/3509087
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294-295
Review of David Gay, James G. Randall, Arlette Zinck, Awakening Words: John Bunyan and the Language of Community
Malcolm Hardman
doi:10.2307/3509088
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295-296
Review of Dolors Altaba-Artal, Aphra Behn's English Feminism: Wit and Satire
Carolyn D. Williams
doi:10.2307/3509089
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297-298
Review of Andrew Varney, Eighteenth-Century Writers in Their World: A Mighty Maze
Shaun Regan
doi:10.2307/3509090
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298-299
Review of David F. Venturo, Johnson the Poet: The Poetic Career of Samuel Johnson
Allan Ingram
doi:10.2307/3509091
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299-300
Review of Elisabeth Soubrenie, Présence de la solitude: La Poésie anglaise entre néoclassicism et préromantisme
Carolyn D. Williams
doi:10.2307/3509092
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300-301
Review of Alison A. Case, Plotting Women: Gender and Narration in the Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British Novel
Myra Cottingham
doi:10.2307/3509093
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301-302
Review of Christopher Brooke, Jane Austen: Illusion and Reality
Robert Clark
doi:10.2307/3509094
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302-303
Review of Alan Bewell, Romanticism and Colonial Disease
Debbie Lee
doi:10.2307/3509095
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303-304
Review of David Vallins, Coleridge and the Psychology of Romanticism: Feeling and Thought
R. A. Foakes
doi:10.2307/3509096
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304-305
Review of Linda H. Peterson, Traditions of Victorian Women's Autobiography: The Poetics and Politics of Life Writing
Judith Woolf
doi:10.2307/3509097
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305-306
Review of Bette London, Writing Double: Women's Literary Partnerships
Frances Wilson
doi:10.2307/3509098
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306-307
Review of Barbara J. Black, On Exhibit: Victorians and Their Museums
Hilary Fraser
doi:10.2307/3509099
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308
Review of Heta Pyrhönen, Mayhem and Murder: Narrative and Moral Problems in the Detective Story
Morag Shiach
doi:10.2307/3509100
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308-309
Review of Donald S. Hair, Robert Browning's Language
Robert Fraser
doi:10.2307/3509101
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310-312
Review of Daphna Erdinast-Vulcan, The Strange Short Fiction of Joseph Conrad: Writing, Culture, and Subjectivity; Linda Dryden, Joseph Conrad and the Imperial Romance
Keith Carabine
doi:10.2307/3509102
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312-313
Review of Laura Chrisman, Benita Parry, Postcolonial Theory and Criticism
Stuart Murray
doi:10.2307/3509103
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313-314
Review of Dorrit Cohn, The Distinction of Fiction
Michael Bell
doi:10.2307/3509104
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314-316
Review of Paula R. Backscheider, Reflections on Biography
Martin Stannard
doi:10.2307/3509105
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316-317
Review of Bruce Bashford, Oscar Wilde: The Critic as Humanist
Nick Kneale
doi:10.2307/3509106
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317-318
Review of Talia Schaffer, Kathy Alexis Psomiades, Women and British Aestheticism
Catherine Maxwell
doi:10.2307/3509107
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318-320
Review of Talia Schaffer, The Forgotten Female Aesthetes: Literary Culture in Late-Victorian England
Catherine Maxwell
doi:10.2307/3509108
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320
Review of Anne Quéma, The Agon of Modernism: Wyndham Lewis's Allegories, Aesthetics, and Politics
Alan Munton
doi:10.2307/3509109
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321-322
Review of Tanja Vesala-Varttala, Sympathy and Joyce's 'Dubliners': Ethical Probing of Reading, Narrative, and Textuality
Craig Monk
doi:10.2307/3509110
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322-323
Review of Keith Sagar, The Laughter of Foxes: A Study of Ted Hughes
James Booth
doi:10.2307/3509111
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323-324
Review of Elizabeth Young, Disarming the Nation: Women's Writing and the American Civil War
R. W. (Herbie) Butterfield
doi:10.2307/3509112
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324-325
Review of Collin Meissner, Henry James and the Language of Experience
Peter Rawlings
doi:10.2307/3509113
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325-326
Review of Barbara Voglino, 'Perverse Mind': Eugene O'Neill's Struggle with Closure
Steven Price
doi:10.2307/3509114
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326-327
Review of Jeffrey Berman, Surviving Literary Suicide
Stephen Matterson
doi:10.2307/3509115
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327-328
Review of Laura Jehn Menides, Angela G. Dorenkamp, 'In Worcester, Massachusetts': Essays on Elizabeth Bishop. From the 1997 Elizabeth Bishop Conference at WPI
Pat Righelato
doi:10.2307/3509116
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328-330
Review of Charles A. Carpenter, Dramatists and the Bomb: American and British Playwrights Confront the Nuclear Age, 1945-1964
Robert Wilcher
doi:10.2307/3509117
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330-331
Review of Andrew Hook, From Goosecreek to Gandercleugh: Studies in Scottish-American Literary and Cultural History
Robert Lawson-Peebles
doi:10.2307/3509118
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331-333
Review of Ken Hirschkop, Mikhail Bakhtin: An Aesthetic for Democracy
Jeremy Tambling
doi:10.2307/3509119
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333-335
Review of Joseph G. Kronick, Derrida and the Future of Literature
Jeremy Tambling
doi:10.2307/3509120
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335-336
Review of Jill Robbins, Altered Reading: Levinas and Literature
Andrew Gibson
doi:10.2307/3509121
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336-337
Review of Ellen Pifer, Demon or Doll: Images of the Child in Contemporary Writing and Culture
Stephen Thomson
doi:10.2307/3509122
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337-338
Review of Beverly Lyon Clark, Margaret R. Higonnet, Girls, Boys, Books, Toys: Gender in Children's Literature and Culture
Stephen Thomson
doi:10.2307/3509123
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Lesnik-Oberstein, Karin (ed.), Children in Literature (= Yearbook of English Studies, 32.1 (2002))

First footnote reference: 35 Children in Literature, ed. by Karin Lesnik-Oberstein (= Yearbook of English Studies, 32.1 (2002)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Lesnik-Oberstein, p. 47.

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Lesnik-Oberstein, Karin (ed.). 2002. Children in Literature (= Yearbook of English Studies, 32.1)

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