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Title Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit : a children's classic at 100 / edited by Margaret Mackey
Publisher Lanham, Md. : Children's Literature Association and the Scarecrow Press, 2002
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Oakdale Circulating (2nd Floor)  PR6031.O72 T333 2002    AVAILABLE
  

Description xv, 200 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Series Children's Literature Association centennial studies ; no. 1.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Contents Contemporary urban children respond to Peter Rabbit: making a text culturally relevant / Lawrence R. Sipe -- An unusual hero: perspective and point of view in The tale of Peter Rabbit / Carole Scott -- The story of The tale of Peter Rabbit / Judy Taylor -- Beatrix Potter's art / Joyce Irene Whalley -- Beatrix Potter and John Everett Millais: reproductive technologies and coolhunting / Lissa Paul -- "You should not loiter longer": Beatrix Potter, Christina Rossetti, and progressive intertextual revision / June Cummins -- Radical qualities of The tale of Peter Rabbit / Eliza T. Dresang -- In search of his father's garden / Scott Pollard and Kara Keeling -- A Jungian perspective on the enduring appeal of Peter Rabbit / Alice Byrnes -- Why Children come back: The tale of Peter Rabbit and Where the wild things are / Melissa Gross -- Humans are so Rabbit / Peter Hollindale -- The mediation and multiplication of Peter Rabbit / Margaret Mackey -- Peter Rabbit in Japan and my approach to Beatrix Potter's World / Shin-ichi Yoshida
Subject Potter, Beatrix, 1866-1943. Tale of Peter Rabbit.
Potter, Beatrix, 1866-1943 -- Characters -- Peter Rabbit.
Children -- Books and reading -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.
Children's stories, English -- History and criticism.
Peter Rabbit (Fictitious character)
Rabbits in literature.
Rabbits in art.
Alt Author Mackey, Margaret.
ISBN 0810841975 (alk. paper)
OCLC 47973364



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