International Companion Encyclopedia of Children's Literature - Vol. 1

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Consulting Editors xiii
  • Preface xviii
  • Acknowledgements xxi
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Internationalism, the Universal Child and the World of Children's Literature 13
  • Part I - Theory and Critical Approaches 27
  • 3 - Theorising and Theories 29
  • 4 - Criticism and the Critical Mainstream 44
  • 5 - Critical Tradition and Ideological Positioning 56
  • 6 - History and Culture 76
  • References 95
  • 7 - Linguistics and Stylistics 99
  • 8 - Reader-Response Criticism 112
  • 9 - Psychoanalytical Criticism 129
  • 10 - Feminism Revisited 140
  • 11 - Picture Books and Illustration 154
  • 12 - Narrative Theory and Children's Literature 166
  • 13 - Intertextuality and the Child Reader 179
  • 14 - Comparative Children's Literature 191
  • 15 - Bibliography 203
  • Part II - Forms and Genres 223
  • 16 - Ancient and Medieval Children's Texts 225
  • 17 - Texts in English Used by Children, 1550-1800 239
  • 18 - Myth and Legend 249
  • 19 - Fairy Tales and Folk Tales 261
  • 20 - Playground Rhymes and the Oral Tradition 275
  • 21 - Children's Rhymes and Folklore 287
  • 22 - Catechistical, Devotional and Biblical Writing 299
  • 23 - Contemporary Religious Writing 306
  • 24 - The Development of Illustrated Texts and Picture Books 318
  • Further Reading 327
  • 25 - The Picture Book 328
  • 26 - Shaping Boyhood 340
  • 27 - Childhood, Didacticism and the Gendering of British Children's Literature 352
  • 28 - Popular Literature 362
  • 29 - Contemporary Comics 385
  • 30 - Poetry 396
  • 31 - Animal Stories 418
  • 32 - High Fantasy 436
  • References 446
  • 33 - Domestic Fantasy 447
  • 34 - The Family Story 454
  • Further Reading 466
  • 35 - School Stories 467
  • 36 - Pony Books 481
  • References 489
  • 37 - Historical Fiction 490
  • 38 - War 499
  • 39 - Horror 506
  • 40 - Science Fiction 519
  • 41 - Series Fiction 532
  • 42 - Teenage Fiction 542
  • Reference 555
  • 43 - Crossover Literature 556
  • 44 - Writers for Adults, Writers for Children 576
  • 45 - Metafictions and Experimental Work 587
  • 46 - Drama 599
  • 47 - Story-Telling 614
  • 48 - Children's Information Texts 622
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