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Masterplots - Laurence W. Mazzeno
Call Number: Online & Reference PN44 .M33 2011 (12 vols.)
ISBN: 1587655683

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The encyclopedia of literary and cultural theory - Michael Ryan
Call Number: REF PN81 .E435 2011
ISBN: 1405183128
v. 1. Literary theory from 1900 to 1966
v. 2. Literary theory from 1966 to the presentv. 3. Cultural theory

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Critical survey of long fiction - Carl Rollyson
Call Number: Reference PN3451 .C75 2010 (10 vols.)
ISBN: 1587655357

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The Oxford companion to the book - Michael Suarez, et al.
Call Number: REF Z4 .O946 2010 (2 vols.)
ISBN: 0198606532

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The Oxford companion to English literature - Dinah Birch and Margaret Drabble
Call Number: Reference PR19 .O94 2009
ISBN: 0192806874

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Concise Oxford English dictionary - edited by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite
Call Number: REF PE1628 .C68 2011
ISBN: 9780199601080
Publication Date: 2011

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The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language - American Heritage Dictionary Editors
Call Number: REF PE1628 .A623 2011
ISBN: 9780547041018
Publication Date: 2011
The much-anticipated Fifth Edition of The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language is the premier resource about words for people who seek to know more and find fresh perspectives. Exhaustively researched and thoroughly revised, the Fifth Edition contains 10,000 new words and senses, over 4,000 dazzling new full-color images, and authoritative, up-to-date guidance on usage from the celebrated American Heritage® Usage Panel.

 

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