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  • Children's Literature Association Quarterly

Narrative Theory and Children's Literature

  • Johns Hopkins University Press
  • Volume 9, Number 4, Winter 1984-1985
  • pp. 191-194
  • 10.1353/chq.0.0415
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Literary theory and children's literature: Interpreting ourselves and our worlds

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