|aUtopian and dystopian writing for children and young adults /|c edited by Carrie Hintz and Elaine Ostry.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2003.
|axi, 244 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aChildren's literature and culture ;|v29
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|tGetting to utopia : railways and heterotopia in children's literature /|rAlice Jenkins --|tAmerican boys'series books and the utopia of the air /|rFred Erisman --|tTravels through dystopia : H.G. Wells and The Island of Dr. Moreau /|rAlberto Manguel --|tSarah Fielding's childhood utopia /|rSara Gadeken --|tTinklers and time machines : time travel in the social fantasy of E. Nesbit and H.G. Wells /|rCathrine Frank --|tWriting on the wall of Redwall /|rHolly V. Blackford --|t'Joy but not peace' : Zilpha Keatley Snyder's Green-sky Trilogy /|rCarrie Hintz --Terrible lizard dream kingdom /|rJames Gurney --|tBridge to utopia /|rKatherine Paterson --|tSuffering in utopia : testing the limits in young adult novels /|rRebecca Carol Noël Totaro --|tEducating desire : magic, power, and control in Tanith Lee's Unicorn trilogy /|rMaureen F. Moran --|tStruggle between utopia and dystopia in writing for children and young adults /|rMonica Hughes --|tPresenting the case for social change : the creative dilemma of dystopian writing for children /|rKay Sambell --|tQuest for the perfect planet : the British secondary world as utopia and dystopia, 1945-1999 /|rKaren Sands O'Connor.