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vol. 20, no. 1

1. Post-disaster Fiction for Young Adults: Some Trends and Variations
Elizabeth Braithwaite
pp. 5-19 (PDF)

2. Female Subjectivities in Postcolonial Literature
Joanna Harris
pp. 20-30 (PDF)

3. Imagining the New Indian Girl: Representations of Indian Girlhood in 'Keeping Corner' and 'Suchitra' and the 'Ragpicker'
Michelle Superle
pp. 31-40 (PDF)

4. Manipulating the Next Generation: Translating Culture for Children
BJ Epstein
pp. 41-76 (PDF)

5. Living History Fiction
Kim Wilson
pp. 77-86 (PDF)

vol. 20, no. 2

1. 'I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury': 'Tail' - Telling, Imperialism and the Other in 'Alice in Wonderland'
Caroline Webb
pp. 1-10 (PDF)

2. From Colonial Superstition to the Hairyman: Aboriginality and the Politics of Race Juliet O'Conor
pp. 11-22 (PDF)

3. 'Dreams Do Come True in New Orleans': American Fairy Tales, Post-Katrina New Orleans, and Disney's 'The Princess and the Frog' (2009)
Radhiah Chowdhury
pp. 25-40 (PDF)

4. 'Carnival': More than a Jolly Name: Margaret Mahy's 'The Tricksters' and Mikhail Bakhtin's Carnival Theory
Babette Puetz
pp. 41-52 (PDF)

5. Metaphors of Monstrosity: The Werewolf as Disability and Illness in 'Harry Potter' and 'Jatta'
Roslyn Weaver
pp. 69-82 (PDF)