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PR1109 .W75 1958 : The literature of England; an anthology and a history / George B. Woods [and others]
PR1110.W6 B75 1989 : British women writers : an anthology from the fourteenth century to the present / edited by Dale Spender and Janet Todd.
PR1110.W6 W68 2001 : Women's writing, 1778-1838 : an anthology / edited with an introduction and notes by Fiona Robertson.
PR1111.A85 M63 : Modern Arthurian literature : an anthology of English and American Arthuriana from the Renaissance to the present / edited by Alan Lupack.
PR1111.D7 D4 1939a : Behold, this dreamer! Of reverie, night, sleep, dream, love-dreams, nightmare, death, the unconscious, the imagination, divination, the artist, and kindred subjects.
PR1111.H5 H3 : Political writers of eighteenth-century England.
PR1111.M95 C58 1999 : Classical mythology in English literature : a critical anthology / edited by Geoffrey Miles.
PR1111.R4 L8 : The questing spirit, religion in the literature of our time / selected and edited by Halford E. Luccock and Frances Brentano.
PR1119 .A2 1892 : English gilds. The original ordinances of more than one hundred early English gilds: Together with þe olde vsages of þe cite of Wynchestre; the Ordinances of Worcester; the Office of the mayor of Bristol; and the Costomary of the manor of Tettenhall-Regis. From original mss. of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. / Edited, with notes, by the late Toulmin Smith ... With an introduction and glossary, &c., by his daughter, Lucy Toulmin Smith. And a preliminary essay ... On the history and development of gilds, by Lujo Brentano.
PR1119 .A2 no.2 : Arthur; a short sketch of his life and history in English verse. / Edited from the Marquis of Bath's ms. Liber rubeus bathoniae, 1428 A.D. by Frederick J. Furnivall.