New Formations Volume 2000 Issue 42

ISSN 0950-2378

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The Ruins of Childhood


Editorial: The ruins of childhood, pages ‑
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Children again, pages ‑
Adam Phillips

'Mongol in the woods', pages ‑
Douglas Oliver

Another child of violence, pages ‑
Vicky Lebeau

Unknownst to the people, pages ‑
Bernard O'Donoghue

'The derived life of fiction': race, childhood and culture, pages ‑
David Marriott

'Let me tell you a story': writing the fiction of childhood in Dorothy Allison's Bastard out of Carolina, pages ‑
Tanya Horeck

'Letter to Lucy: 'you know that dream we had last night', pages ‑
Marian Partington

From proud flesh, pages ‑
John Wilkinson

Fostering the nation: Patrick Pearse and pedagogy, pages ‑
Vincent Quinn

'Infantia', pages ‑
Lindsay Smith

'No one is seduced here': Nabakov's perverse family romances, pages ‑
Christine Clegg

Command of English, pages ‑
Bernard O'Donaghue

'But cast their eyes on these little wretched beings': the innocence and experience of children in the late eighteenth century, pages ‑
Sebastian Mitchell

The necessary privations of growing up, pages ‑
Stephanie Hemelryk Donald

Reviews, pages ‑
Lyndsey Stonebridge, Elizabeth Cowie, David Cunningham lock_openFree to download

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