Vol 7, No 3 (2003)

Table of Contents

Frame of Reference

Introduction HTML
Jane Goldstein

Alice's Academy

The Enemy Without: Post-1945 British Animal Fantasy and the Safety of Home Space Abstract HTML
Karen Sands-O'Connor

Jabberwocky

Illuminating Texts: Giving Children a Piece of the World Through Poetry Abstract HTML
Sue Alderson
And They Lived Happily Ever After ... : Helme Heine's The Most Beautiful Egg in the World and the Fairy Tale of Feminism Abstract HTML
Maria Morrison
Illuminating Texts: Knives Abstract HTML
Lissa Paul
Curiouser & Curiouser: Reflection and Reflexion: Female Coming-of-Age, the Mirror Stage, and the Absence of Mirrors in Robin McKinley's contemporary retellings of Folk and Fairy Tales Abstract HTML
Evelyn Perry
My Own Invention: The Adventures of Pinocchio as an EFL Text Abstract HTML
Beth Roberts

Picture Window

Surrealism and Dream: Chris Van Allsburg's Picturebooks Abstract HTML
Joanne Canow

Curiouser and Curiouser

A Distant Mirror: The CILIP Carnegie and Greenaway Awards HTML
Ruth Allen
Mirrors & Windows: If Only It Were Science Fiction... Abstract HTML
Julia Michaels
Mirrors & Windows: Feed: Distastefully Easy to Swallow Abstract HTML
Maggie Parish

The Caucus Race

Mirrors & Windows: Reader Response - Feed HTML
 
Websites, News and Announcements HTML
 


The Looking Glass: new perspectives on children's literature

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