- Title Pages
- Introduction Glad to be 100: The Making of a Children’s Classic
- 1 “Then just being glad isn’t pro-fi-ta-ble?”
- 2 “Aggressive femininity”
- 3 “Matter out of place”
- 4 “Ice-cream Sundays”
- 5 At Home in Nature
- 6 The “veritable bugle-call”
- 7 <i>Pollyanna</i>, the Power of Gladness, and the Philosophy of Pragmatism
- 8 When Pollyanna Did Not Grow Up
- 9 <i>Pollyanna</i>
- 10 The Gospel of Good Cheer
- 11 “Almost a golden glow around it”
- 12 <i>Pollyanna</i>
- 13 <i>Pollyanna</i> in Turkey
- Afterword Lessons from <i>Pollyanna</i>
- Eleanor H. Porter's Pollyanna
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