The Resource Crosscurrents of criticism : Horn book essays, 1968-1977, selected and edited by Paul Heins

Crosscurrents of criticism : Horn book essays, 1968-1977, selected and edited by Paul Heins

Label
Crosscurrents of criticism : Horn book essays, 1968-1977
Title
Crosscurrents of criticism
Title remainder
Horn book essays, 1968-1977
Statement of responsibility
selected and edited by Paul Heins
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Action
Collated
Cataloging source
DLC
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Horn book magazine
Dewey number
809/.89282
Index
index present
LC call number
PN1009.A1
LC item number
C697
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Heins, Paul
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  • Children's literature
  • Children
  • Littérature de jeunesse
  • Children
  • Children's literature
Label
Crosscurrents of criticism : Horn book essays, 1968-1977, selected and edited by Paul Heins
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1 Status :
  • A short talk with a prospective children's writer
  • Astrid Lindgren
  • On children's literature : a runcible symposium
  • Betty Jean Lifton
  • Reviewers' railments : a game for children's book people
  • Aidan Chambers
  • John Rowe Townsend
  • Where do all the prizes go? The case for nonfiction
  • Milton Meltzer
  • pt. 2 Classification :
  • What is a juvenile book?
  • John Tunis
  • The walls of childhood
  • Isabelle Holland
  • When the magic has to stop
  • Janet McNeill
  • An elusive border
  • Paul Heins
  • Literature bedeviled : a searching look at filmstrips
  • Ethel L. Heins
  • pt. 3 Standards :
  • Depth and direction
  • Ivan Southall
  • In literary terms
  • John Rowe Townsend
  • Out on a limb with the critics : some random thoughts on the present state of the criticism of children's literature
  • Paul Heins
  • Coming to terms with criticism
  • pt. 4 At critical cross-purposes :
  • McLuhan, youth, and literature
  • Eleanor Cameron
  • "Charlie and the chocolate factory" : a reply
  • Roald Dahl
  • A reply to Roald Dahl
  • Eleanor Cameron
  • Eric A. Kimmel
  • High John is risen again
  • Virginia Hamilton
  • pt. 5 The current scene :
  • Children's books : a Canadian's view of the current American scene
  • Sheila Egoff
  • Tilting at taboos
  • Isabelle Holland
  • Why write for today's teenagers?
  • Sylvia Louise Engdahl
  • Jewish identity in juvenile fiction : a look at three recommended books
  • pt. 6 In defense of fantasy
  • Ursula Le Guin :
  • High fantasy and heroic romance
  • Lloyd Alexander
  • "Realism plus fantasy equals magic"
  • Roger W. Drury
  • The weak place in the cloth : a study of fantasy for children
  • Jane Langton
  • pt. 7 Humor :
  • Laughter and children's literature
  • Sid Fleischman
  • Children, humor, and folklore
  • Alvin Schwartz
  • Olivia Coolidge
  • pt. 8 Making the past understandable :
  • History is fiction
  • Jill Paton Walsh
  • Children and memory
  • Penelope Lively
  • Johnny and Sam : old and new approaches to the American revolution
  • Christopher Collier
  • Writing about Abraham Lincoln
  • pt. 9 The international world of children's books :
  • A collage : eight women who write books in Swedish for children
  • Mary Ørvig
  • A Russian view of childhood : the contribution of Kornei I. Chukovsky (1882-1969)
  • Mary Ørvig
  • Edward Fenton
  • pt. 10 Translation :
  • Random thoughts by a translator of Andersen
  • Erik Christian Haugaard
  • A few words on translation
  • Maria Polushkin
  • An adventure in translation
  • Elizabeth Shub
  • Blind idiot : the problems of translation
  • Paul Heins
  • A second look : a centennial for Tom
  • Clifton Fadiman
  • Letter from England : a tale of two Toms
  • Aidan Chambers
  • A second look : "The mouse and his child"
  • John Rowe Townsend
  • High fantasy : "A wizard of Earthsea"
  • Eleanor Cameron
  • The narrative art of Penelope Lively
  • pt. 11 Books and authors :
  • David Rees
  • Letter from England : great leaping lapins!
  • Aidan Chambers
  • Old worlds and new : anti-feminism in "Watership down"
  • Jane Resh Thomas
  • Letter from England : literary crossword puzzle ... or masterpiece?
  • Aidan Chambers
  • Off the beaten path
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 359 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1029043447
Label
Crosscurrents of criticism : Horn book essays, 1968-1977, selected and edited by Paul Heins
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1 Status :
  • A short talk with a prospective children's writer
  • Astrid Lindgren
  • On children's literature : a runcible symposium
  • Betty Jean Lifton
  • Reviewers' railments : a game for children's book people
  • Aidan Chambers
  • John Rowe Townsend
  • Where do all the prizes go? The case for nonfiction
  • Milton Meltzer
  • pt. 2 Classification :
  • What is a juvenile book?
  • John Tunis
  • The walls of childhood
  • Isabelle Holland
  • When the magic has to stop
  • Janet McNeill
  • An elusive border
  • Paul Heins
  • Literature bedeviled : a searching look at filmstrips
  • Ethel L. Heins
  • pt. 3 Standards :
  • Depth and direction
  • Ivan Southall
  • In literary terms
  • John Rowe Townsend
  • Out on a limb with the critics : some random thoughts on the present state of the criticism of children's literature
  • Paul Heins
  • Coming to terms with criticism
  • pt. 4 At critical cross-purposes :
  • McLuhan, youth, and literature
  • Eleanor Cameron
  • "Charlie and the chocolate factory" : a reply
  • Roald Dahl
  • A reply to Roald Dahl
  • Eleanor Cameron
  • Eric A. Kimmel
  • High John is risen again
  • Virginia Hamilton
  • pt. 5 The current scene :
  • Children's books : a Canadian's view of the current American scene
  • Sheila Egoff
  • Tilting at taboos
  • Isabelle Holland
  • Why write for today's teenagers?
  • Sylvia Louise Engdahl
  • Jewish identity in juvenile fiction : a look at three recommended books
  • pt. 6 In defense of fantasy
  • Ursula Le Guin :
  • High fantasy and heroic romance
  • Lloyd Alexander
  • "Realism plus fantasy equals magic"
  • Roger W. Drury
  • The weak place in the cloth : a study of fantasy for children
  • Jane Langton
  • pt. 7 Humor :
  • Laughter and children's literature
  • Sid Fleischman
  • Children, humor, and folklore
  • Alvin Schwartz
  • Olivia Coolidge
  • pt. 8 Making the past understandable :
  • History is fiction
  • Jill Paton Walsh
  • Children and memory
  • Penelope Lively
  • Johnny and Sam : old and new approaches to the American revolution
  • Christopher Collier
  • Writing about Abraham Lincoln
  • pt. 9 The international world of children's books :
  • A collage : eight women who write books in Swedish for children
  • Mary Ørvig
  • A Russian view of childhood : the contribution of Kornei I. Chukovsky (1882-1969)
  • Mary Ørvig
  • Edward Fenton
  • pt. 10 Translation :
  • Random thoughts by a translator of Andersen
  • Erik Christian Haugaard
  • A few words on translation
  • Maria Polushkin
  • An adventure in translation
  • Elizabeth Shub
  • Blind idiot : the problems of translation
  • Paul Heins
  • A second look : a centennial for Tom
  • Clifton Fadiman
  • Letter from England : a tale of two Toms
  • Aidan Chambers
  • A second look : "The mouse and his child"
  • John Rowe Townsend
  • High fantasy : "A wizard of Earthsea"
  • Eleanor Cameron
  • The narrative art of Penelope Lively
  • pt. 11 Books and authors :
  • David Rees
  • Letter from England : great leaping lapins!
  • Aidan Chambers
  • Old worlds and new : anti-feminism in "Watership down"
  • Jane Resh Thomas
  • Letter from England : literary crossword puzzle ... or masterpiece?
  • Aidan Chambers
  • Off the beaten path
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 359 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1029043447

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