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Abate, Michelle Ann. Funny Girls: Guffaws, guts, and gender in classic american comics. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2019.   
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Auster, Donald. "A Content Analysis of “Little Orphan Annie”." Social Problems 2. (1954): 26–33.   
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Bachmann, Christian A. Little Orphan Annies Transformationen: Medienformatwechsel und mediale eigenzeit zwischen zeitung, buch und heft. Graphische Narration im Journal. Hannover: Wehrhahn, 2021.   
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Bachmann, Christian A. "From the Newspaper to the Book: Little orphan annie’s media entanglement and transformation." A Mixed Picture. Media Transfer and Media Competition in Illustrated Periodicals, 1840s–1960s. Eds. Christian A. Bachmann and Nora Ramtke. Journalliteratur. Hannover: Wehrhahn, 2024. 75–94.   
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Bagdikian, Ben H. "Stop Laughing: It’s the Funnies." The New Republic 1962: 13–15.   
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Hamaker, Gene E. "Alla-Ca-Zaba! Gazah! Presto! Some observations on the role of the orient in little orphan annie." Journal of Popular Culture 9. (1975): 331–40.   
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Maier, Sarah E. "Tough Little Red-Headed Orphans: Anne (of green gables), little orphan annie, madeline, and pippi." A Vindication of the Redhead. The Typology of Red Hair Throughout the Literary and Visual Arts. Eds. Brenda Ayres and Sarah E. Maier. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. 197–221.   
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Mazzenga, Maria. "The Home Front's Cartoony Face: World war two through orphan annie's eyes." Prospects 28. (2004): 429–63.   
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McLuhan, Marshall. "From The Mechanical Bride: Folklore of Industrial Man." Arguing Comics. Literary Masters on a Popular Medium. Eds. Jeet Heer and Kent Worcester. Cambridge: Da Capo, 2004. 102–06.   
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Phelps, Donald. "Little Icon Annie: “who's that little chatterbox?”." Reading the Funnies. Essays on Comic Strips. Seattle: Fantagraphics, 2001. 263–81.   
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Ress, Stella. "Bridging the Generation Gap: Little orphan annie in the great depression." Journal of Popular Culture 43. (2010): 782–800.   
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Rhoads, Ellen. "Little Orphan Annie and Lévi-Strauss: The myth and the method." Journal of American Folklore 86. (1973): 345–57.   
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Schwartz, Ben. "Like a Prairie Fire, Even Hotter: Harold gray, politics, and the not-so-funny funnies." The Best American Comics Criticism. Ed. Ben Schwartz. Seattle: Fantagraphics, 2010. 129–32.   
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Shannon, Lyle W. "The Opinions of Little Orphan Annie and Her Friends." Public Opinion Quarterly 18. (1954): 169–79.   
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Shannon, Lyle W. "The Opinions of Little Orphan Annie and Her Friends." Mass Culture. The Popular Arts in America. Eds. Bernard Rosenberg and David Manning White. New York: Free Press of Glencoe, 1957. 212–17.   
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Smith, Bruce. The History of Little Orphan Annie. New York: Ballantine, 1982.   
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Wesseling, Elisabeth. "Animals, Angels, and Americans: Remediating dickensian melodrama in the comic strip little orphan annie (1924–1945)." The Child Savage, 1890–2010. From Comics to Games. Ed. Elisabeth Wesseling. Ashgate Studies in Childhood, 1700 to the Present. London, New York: Routledge, 2016. 121–34.   
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