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ps 508 c6 i63 no 8 : The Liar's craft / edited by George Garrett, assistant editor, Stephen Kendrick.  1977 1
PS508.C6 M8   2
PS508.C6 N37   2
PS508.C6 S77   4
PS508.I5 S56 : The Singing spirit : early short stories by North American Indians / edited by Bernd C. Peyer.  1989 1
PS508.I5 S64 : Spider Woman's granddaughters : traditional tales and contemporary writing by Native American women / edited and with an introduction by Paula Gunn Allen.  1989 1
PS508.J4 C5 : Jewish-American literature : an anthology of fiction, poetry, autobiography, and criticism / edited, with an introd. and biographical notes, by Abraham Chapman.  1974 1
PS508.J4 M3 : Breakthrough : a treasury of contemporary American-Jewish literature / edited by Irving Malin and Irwin Stark.  1964 1
PS508.J4 M32 : Jews and Americans. / With a pref. by Harry T. Moore.  1965 1
PS508.M5 K57 : Coal dust on the fiddle; songs and stories of the bituminous industry / by George Korson. Foreword by John Greenway.  1965 1
PS508.N3 A36 : Afro-American women writers, 1746-1933 : an anthology and critical guide / [edited by] Ann Allen Shockley.  1989 1
PS508.N3 B7 1968 : Early Negro American writers; selections with biographical and critical introductions.  1968 1
PS508.N3 C5 : Black voices; an anthology of Afro-American literature. / Edited, with an introd. and biographical notes, by Abraham Chapman.  1968 1
PS508.N3 E4 : Dark symphony: Negro literature in America / edited by James A. Emanuel and Theodore L. Gross.  1968 1
PS508.N3 G3 : Black expression; essays by and about black Americans in the creative arts.  1969 1
PS508.N3 H37 : Harlem's glory : Black women writing, 1900-1950 / edited by Lorraine Elena Roses, Ruth Elizabeth Randolph.  1996 1
PS508.N3 H5 : Soon, one morning; new writing by American Negroes, 1940-1962. / Selected and edited, with an introd. and biographical notes, by Herbert Hill.  1963 1
PS508.N3 H849 : The best short stories by Negro writers; an anthology from 1899 to the present.  1967 1
PS508.N3 K6 : Black voices from prison / by Etheridge Knight and other inmates of Indiana State Prison. With an introd. by Roberto Giammanco.  1970 1
ps 508 n3 o2 : Interviews with Black writers.  1973 1
PS508.N3 P6 : Early Negro writing, 1760-1837. / Selected and introducted by Dorothy Porter.  1971 1
PS508.N3 R6 : Early Black American prose; selections with biographical introductions / by William H. Robinson, Jr.  1971 1
PS508.N3 W3 : Anthology of American Negro literature / with an introd. by John T. Frederick.  1944 1
PS508.N3 W33 : From the ashes : voices of Watts / edited and with an introd. by Budd Schulberg.  1967 1
PS508.N679 T54 : There lies a fair land : an anthology of Norwegian-American writing / edited by John Solensten ; with graphics by Arch Leean.  1985 1
PS508.P7 W43 2003 : What I want my words to do to you : voices from a maximum security women's prison / produced in association with American Documentary, Inc. ; executive producers, Eve Ensler, Carol Jenkins and Judith Katz ; written by Gary Sunshine.  2003 1
PS508.W7 A48 : American women regionalists 1850-1910 / edited by Judith Fetterley, and Marjorie Pryse.  1992 1
PS508.W7 A49 : American women writers to 1800 / edited by Sharon M. Harris.  1996 1
PS508.W7 W28 : Black-eyed Susans : classic stories by and about Black women / edited and with an introd. by Mary Helen Washington.  1975 1
PS509.B57.I5 : In the life : a Black gay anthology / editor, Joseph Beam.  1986 1
PS509 .C52 : When I was a child; an anthology / edited by Edward Wagenknecht, with an introduction by Walter de la Mare.  1946 1
PS509.C56 R6 : Christmas gif' : an anthology of Christmas poems, songs, and stories / written by and about Negroes ; compiled by Charlemae Rollins ; line drawings by Tom O'Sullivan ; book design by Stan Williamson.  1963 1
PS509.D5 W6 : The social rebel in American literature / edited by Robert H. Woodward [and] James J. Clark.  1968 1
PS509.H5 G7 1949 : An American treasury : one thousand selections of poetry and prose / compiled by Hugh Graham.  1949 1
PS509.H5 L3 : The fabulous country, an anthology.  1962 1
PS509.H5 P3 : The patriotic anthology / introduced by Carl Van Doren.  1941 1
PS509.H57 E9 : Eyes of desire : a deaf gay & lesbian reader / Raymond Luczak, editor.  1993 1
PS509.H57 G76 : Growing up gay : a literary anthology / edited by Bennett L. Singer.  1993 1
PS509.H8 L9 : The comic tradition in America; an anthology. / Edited with foreword and notes by Kenneth S. Lynn.  1958 1
PS509.M5 M5 : A gathering of ghetto writers: Irish, Italian, Jewish, Black, and Puerto Rican. / Edited, with an introd., by Wayne Charles Miller.  1972 1
PS 509 .N3 S23 1996 : The sacred place : witnessing the holy in the physical world / edited by W. Scott Olsen, Scott Cairns.  1996 1
PS509.N4 B4 1966 : Beyond the angry black.  1966 1
PS509.S8 S6 : The college years.  1958 1
PS509.T4 L5 : Americana, as taught to the tune of a hickory stick / compiled by W. W. Livengood, introduction by Mary Ellen Chase.  1954 1
PS530 .L35 : Laughter in the wilderness : early American humor to 1783 / edited, with an introd., by W. Howland Kenney.  1976 1
PS530 .M48 : The American Puritans, their prose and poetry.  1956 1
PS531 .M5 1963   2
PS533 .P7 1969 : Prose and poetry of the Revolution; the establishment of the Nation, 1765-1789 / Edited by Frederick C. Prescott and John H. Nelson.  1969 1
PS535.5 .G7 : A nation of nations; ethnic literature in America. / Edited by Theodore L. Gross.  1971 1
PS535.5 .N37   49
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