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*Chapter Seven: "The Importance of Being Nowhere: Narrative Dimensions and Their Interplay in Fire and Hemlock" by Martha P. Hixon
*Chapter Eight: "Fire and Hemlock: A text as a Spellcoat" by Akiko Yamazaki
*Chapter Nine: "Transformation of Myth in A Tale of Time City" by Sharon M. Scapple
*Chapter Ten: "Living in Limbo: The Homeward Bounders as a Metaphor for Military Childhood" by Donna R. White
*Chapter Eleven: "The Trials and Tribulations of Two Dogsbodies: A Jungian Reading of Diana Wynne Jones' Dogsbody" by Alice Mills
*Chapter Seven: "The Importance of Being Nowhere: Narrative Dimensions and Their Interplay in Fire and Hemlock" by Martha P. Hixon
*Chapter Eight: "Fire and Hemlock: A text as a Spellcoat" by Akiko Yamazaki
*Chapter Nine: "Transformation of Myth in A Tale of Time City" by Sharon M. Scapple
*Chapter Ten: "Living in Limbo: The Homeward Bounders as a Metaphor for Military Childhood" by Donna R. White
*Chapter Eleven: "The Trials and Tribulations of Two Dogsbodies: A Jungian Reading of Diana Wynne Jones' Dogsbody" by Alice Mills

This is a collection of scholarly essays published by Peter Lang. It is the first volume in the Studies in Children's Literature series. It was edited by Teya Rosenberg, Martha P. Hixon, Sharon M. Scapple, & Donna R. White and includes twelve essays and one interview with Diana Wynne Jones.

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