42: The Ruins of Childhood

Editor(s): 
Winter 2000

Contents

Editorial -  FREE TO VIEW 
Christine Clegg, Vicky Lebeau, and Paul Myerscough 

Children again
Adam Phillips

‘Mongol in the woods’
Douglas Oliver

Another child of violence
Vicky Lebeau  

Unknownst to the people
Bernard O’Donoghue  

‘The derived life of fiction’: race, childhood and culture
David Marriott

‘Let me tell you a story’: writing the fiction of childhood in Dorothy Allison’s Bastard out of Carolina
Tanya Horeck  

‘Letter to Lucy’: ‘You know that dream we had last night…’
Marian Partington 

From ‘Proud Flesh’
John Wilkinson 

Fostering the nation: Patrick Pearse and pedagogy
Vincent Quinn

‘Infantia’
Christine Clegg

‘No one is seduced here’: Nabakov’s perverse family romances
Lindsay Smith

Command of English
Bernard O’Donoghue

‘But cast their eyes on these little wretched beings’: the innocence and experience of children in the late eighteenth century
Sebastian Mitchell 

The necessary privations of growing up
Stephanie Hemelryk Donald

REVIEWS -  FREE TO VIEW 
Grammatical infanticide
Lyndsey Stonebridge

The enigma of the message
Elizabeth Cowie

Rescuing the future
David Cunningham

BOOKNOTES -  FREE TO VIEW 
Timothy Bewes, Gesa Mackenthun, John McLeod

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