Table of contents for Boys in children's literature and popular culture : masculinity, abjection, and the fictional child / by Annette Wannamaker.

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Contents
Prologue: The Rhetoric of the Current ¿Boy Crisis¿
Introduction: Beyond Stereotypes and Role Models: The Abject and the American Boy
Chapter 1: Me Tarzan, You Other: The Evolution of an Icon
Chapter 2: Reading in the Gaps and Lacks: (De)Constructing Masculinity in Louis Sachar¿s Holes
Chapter 3: ¿The Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy,¿ Bodily Borders, and B.A.D. Boys: Pleasure and Abjection in the Captain Underpants Series
Chapter 4: And Majin Buu said, ¿I¿ll eat you up!¿: Consuming Japanese Cultural Imports
Chapter 5: Men in Cloaks and High-Heeled Boots, Men Wielding Pink Umbrellas: Witchy Masculinities in the Harry Potter Novels
Conclusion: Marking Masculinity

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Children's stories, American -- History and criticism.
Masculinity in literature.
Boys in literature.
Boys -- Books and reading -- United States.
Children's stories, English -- History and criticism.