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

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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

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

Carson, Warren Jason, Jr. "Zora Neale Hurston: The Early Years, 1921-1934." Ph.D. diss., University of South Carolina, 1998.

Caruthers, Jack M. "Ruth Enlow Library." Glades Star 6 (March 1991): 528-29.

Cassuto, Leonard. Hard-Boiled Sentimentality: The Secret History of American Crime Stories. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009.

Castagna, Edwin. “Mencken & the Enoch Pratt.” Menckeniana, 171 (Fall 2004): 1-8.

Cerasulo, Tom. Authors Out Here: Fitzgerald, West, Parker, and Schulberg in Hollywood. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2010.

Chaddock, Katherine Reynolds and James M. Wallace. "Shaping a Century of Criticism: H.L. Mencken on Pedagogues and Obergogues in the Rolling Mills of Higher Education." Perspectives on the History of Higher Education, 27 (2008): 105-26.

Chakraborti, Deepanjan. "Socio-Political Context of Afro-American Literature." Historical Review [India] 6 (1998): 30-36.

Chalberg, John C. (Chuck). “H. L. Mencken: The Sage of Baltimore.” Maryland Humanities, (June 2002): 24-27.

Chalkley, Tom, Charles Cohen, and Brenden Jensen. Charmed Life. Baltimore: Woodholme Press, 2000.

Chamberlain, John. "The Young Mencken." Menckeniana 50 (Summer 1974): 6-8.

Chambers, Tom. "Harford County Newspapers of the 19th Century." Harford Historical Bulletin 50 (Fall 1991): 87-88.
Annotations / Notes: County and local newspapers are a vast untapped historical resource. A series of short articles by Tom Chambers demonstrates the important function of county newspapers in local politics during the upheavals of the Civil War era. Harford County, like many other Maryland rural areas, harbored lively competition between newspapers that reflected the political divisions of citizens. For a more extensive study of another part of Maryland , see Dickson Preston's Newspapers of Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Chambers, Tom. "Harford's Rich Newspaper Heritage: Harford County Newspapers Established During the 19th Century." Harford Historical Bulletin 50 (Fall 1991): 89-95.