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Reconsidering Laura Ingalls Wilder

Little House and Beyond

edited by Miranda A. Green-Barteet & Anne K. Phillips

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A thoroughly researched and critical examination of Wilder's entire body of work and problematic legacy

About the Authors
Miranda A. Green-Barteet is associate professor in both the Department of Women's Studies and Department of English and Writing at University of Western Ontario. She is coeditor of Female Rebellion in Young Adult Dystopian Fiction, and her work has appeared in Canadian Review of American Studies, South Central Review, and the Encyclopedia of African American Women Writers.
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Anne K. Phillips is professor of English at Kansas State University. She is coeditor of Critical Insights: Louisa May Alcott and Critical Insights: Little Women. Her work has appeared in Frontiers in American Children's Literature, the James Fenimore Cooper Society Newsletter, and Children's Literature Association Quarterly.
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Miranda A. Green-Barteet is associate professor in both the Department of Women's Studies and Department of English and Writing at University of Western Ontario. She is coeditor of Female Rebellion in Young Adult Dystopian Fiction, and her work has appeared in Canadian Review of American Studies, South Central Review, and the Encyclopedia of African American Women Writers. Anne K. Phillips is professor of English at Kansas State University. She is coeditor of Critical Insights: Louisa May Alcott and Critical Insights: Little Women. Her work has appeared in Frontiers in American Children's Literature, the James Fenimore Cooper Society Newsletter, and Children's Literature Association Quarterly.

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