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Welcome to the Writing About Literature Research Guide

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The Norton Anthology of English Literature, Major Authors - Stephen Greenblatt (General Editor); M. H. Abrams (General Editor); Carol T. Christ (Editor); Alfred David (Editor); Barbara K. Lewalski (Editor); Lawrence Lipking (Editor); George M. Logan (Editor); Deidre Shauna Lynch (Editor)
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ISBN: 9780393928280
Publication Date: 2006



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