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Your search in the category "Intellectual Life, Literature, and Publishing" returned 1269 results in 64 pages.

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Buckler, Patricia P., and C. Kay Leeper. "An Antebellum Woman's Scrapbook as Autobiographical Composition." Journal of American Culture 14 (Spring 1991): 1-8.

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Buckler, Patricia Prandini. "A Silent Woman Speaks: The Poetry in a Woman's Scrapbook of the 1840s." Prospects 16 (1991): 149-69.

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Bures, Frank. “Finding the Centers.” Poets & Writers, 36 (January/February 2008): 44- 50.

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Burrows, Stuart. A Familiar Strangeness: American Fiction and the Language of Photography, 1839-1945. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2010.

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Burton Smith, Kevin. “Another Shot from Hammett: One in the Chamber, Fourteen to Go?” Mystery Scene, 119 (Spring 2011): 16-17.

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Byron, Gilbert. "H. L. Mencken Versus the Eastern Shore." Menckeniana (Summer 1983): 13-16.

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Cady, Frank W. "Sidney Lanier." South Atlantic Quarterly, 13 (APril 1914): 156-73.

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Cady, Frank W. "Sidney Lanier." South Atlantic Quarterly, 13 (April 1914): 156-73.

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Cain, James M. Career in C Major. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1986.

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Cain, William E. "A Lost Voice of Dissent: H. L. Mencken in our Time." Menckeniana 145 (Spring 1998): 1-11.

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Cain, William E. "A Lost Voice of Dissent: H. L. Mencken in our Time." Sewanee Review 104 (Spring 1996): 229-47.

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Cain, William E. "H. L. Mencken in Our Time." Sewanee Review 104 (Fall 1996): 229-47.

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Callcott, Margaret Law. "Mrs. Calvert's Poet." Riversdale Letter 14 (Spring 1997): 2.

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Canada, Mark. "The Right Brain in Poe's Creative Process." Southern Quarterly 36 (Summer 1998): 96-105.

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Cantave, Sophia. “‘De Understadin to Go ‘Long wid It’: W.E.B. Du Bois, Zora Neale Hurston, and the Black Diaspora in the Americas.” Ph.D. diss., Tufts University, 2011.

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Cappello, Mary. "'Berenice' and Poe's Marginalia: Adversaria of Memory." New Orleans Review 17, no. 4 (1990): 54-65.

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Carey, Gregory A. "The Poem as Con Game: Dual Satire and the Three Levels of Narrative in Ebenezer Cook's 'The Sot-weed Factor'." Southern Literary Journal 23 (Fall 1990): 9-19.

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Carmichael, Thomas. "Buffalo/Baltimore, Athens/Dallas: John Barth, Don DeLillo, and the Cities of Postmodernism." Canadian Review of American Studies 22 (Fall 1991): 241-49.

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Carpio, Glenda R. “The Newly Complicated Zora Neale Hurston.” Chronicle of Higher Education, 57 (January 7, 2011): B6-B10.

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Carroll, Daniel B. "Henri Mercier on Slavery: The View of a Maryland Born Diplomat, 1860-1863." Maryland Historical Magazine 63 (1968): 299-310.