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Your search in the category "Intellectual Life, Literature, and Publishing" returned 1180 results in 59 pages.

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Curnutt, Kirk, ed. A Historical Guide to F. Scott Fitzgerald. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

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Curnutt, Kirk. The Cambridge Introduction to F. Scott Fitzgerald. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

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Curren, Erik David. "Bringing Horror Home: The Modern American Gothic." Ph.D. diss., University of California, Irvine, 1995.

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Curtis, Jennifer Keats. “A Life Less Ordinary.” Maryland Life, 7 (March/April 2011): 26.

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Curtis, Jennifer Keats. “Bunnies on Fire.” Maryland Life, 7 (January/February 2011): 10.

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Curtis, Peter H., and Anne S. K. Turkos. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1987." Maryland Historical Magazine 83 (Summer 1988): 157-77.

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Curtis, Peter H., and Anne S. K. Turkos. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1988: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 84 (1989): 147-62.

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Curtis, Peter H., and Anne S. K. Turkos. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1989: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 85 (Summer 1990): 144-63.

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Curtis, Peter H., and Anne S. K. Turkos. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1990: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 86 (Summer 1991): 199-216.

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Curtis, Peter H., and Anne S. K. Turkos. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1991: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 87 (Fall 1992): 323-44.

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Curtis, Peter H., and William G. LeFurgy. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1983-86." Maryland Historical Magazine 82 (Spring 1987): 37-68.

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Curtiss, Thomas Q. The Smart Set: George Jean Nathan & H. L. Mencken. New York: Applause Theatre Book Publishers, 1998.

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Dalton, T. A. "Another One Bites the Dust." Quill 82 (November/December 1994): 39-40,
Annotations / Notes: Baltimore Sun.

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Daly, Patrick S. "The Poet Mencken: An Annotated Checklist of Reviews of 'Ventures into Verse'." Menckeniana 127 (Fall 1993): 6-9.

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Dameron, J. Lasley. "Poe, Plagiarism, and American Periodicals." Poe Studies 30 (June/December 1997): 39-47.

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Davis, Charles. “Maryland Ruling Strikes at Heart of Press Freedom.” Quill, 94 (April 2006): 37.

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Davis, Richard Beale. "Southern Writing of the Revolutionary Period c. 1760-1790." Early American Literature 12 (Fall 1977): 107-20.
Annotations / Notes: Davis contends that a great body of literature for the late eighteenth century American South has only just begun to be recognized and made available. The author provides a brief discussion of representative works in the various genres considered-letters, pamphlets, theological writings, diaries, poems, etc.-along with a bibliography of holdings in the Maryland Historical Society and other Southeastern state repositories. Davis believes that this literary collection-much of which was unpublished and relatively unknown-represents an important corrective to the impression that New England far outdistanced the South in written expression.

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Davis, Richard Beale. "The Intellectual Golden Age in the Colonial Chesapeake Bay Country." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 78 (April 1970): 131-43.

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Davis, Richard Beale. "The Intellectual Golden Age in the Colonial Chesapeake Bay Country." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 78 (1970): 131-143.

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Davis, Richard Beale. Intellectual Life in the Colonial South 1585-1763, 3 vols. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1978.
Annotations / Notes: Davis's three-volume work surveys the "nature and development of the southern mind" during the colonial period and seeks to counter the standard interpretation of the predominant role of colonial New England in shaping the intellectual life of what would become the new nation. Topics include education, libraries and printing, religious writings, fine arts, literature, and public oratory. The volumes draw extensively on manuscript collections, some only recently discovered, in Britain and the United States, including important Maryland archives; chapters are followed by extensive bibliographies and notes.