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Author: Jane Subramanian
Publisher: Greenwood (January 30, 1997)
With the publication of her first book, The Little House in the Big Woods (1932), Laura Ingalls Wilder became an almost overnight success as a writer of children’s literature. This reference is a comprehensive compilation of works and research done on her from the first appearance of commentary to mid-1995. Citations are included for books, booklets, articles, theses, dissertations, and book reviews, and the annotations discuss the contents of these works. Entries are grouped in chapters devoted to critical works, biographical works, teaching studies and materials, teaching kits, serial publications, and book reviews. A brief introduction overviews the present state of Wilder studies, and detailed indexes conclude the volume.
About the Author: Jane Subramanian
Jane M. Subramanian is a member of the library faculty at F. W. Crumb Memorial Library, State University of New York College at Potsdam, where she presently serves as music cataloger and reference librarian.
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