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Reviews 285 contention that works of literature for young people actively disavow the child's experience, knowledge, and agency in order to salvage culturally and historically contingent fantasies of innocence and the children's separation from the adult realm. See, for example, Marah Gubar's manifesto-which explicitly critiques Rose's arguments-published in the Children's Literature Association Quarterly (Winter, 2013). 2doi:10.1353/chl.2015.0003 fatcat:c7jmktmeljeq5afzh67fqwme6e