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Literature, American



link to catalog page LEPSON, Poetry from Sojourner

Poetry from Sojourner

A Feminist Anthology

Author: Edited by Ruth Lepson with Lynne Yamaguchi
Pub Date: February 2004

Collection of poems from 25 years of Sojourner. Some poets very well known, others lesser known.   learn more...

link to catalog page RUSCH, Theodore Dreiser

Theodore Dreiser

Interviews

Author: Edited by Frederic E. Rusch and Donald Pizer
Pub Date: December 2004

Up close and personal with a vibrant iconoclast   learn more...

link to catalog page DREISER, A Traveler at Forty Author: Theodore Dreiser
Pub Date: March 2004

The complete text finally restored.   learn more...

link to catalog page KRAMER, Wicked Times

Wicked Times

Selected Poems

Author: Aaron Kramer
Pub Date: June 2004

The first comprehensive selection of an important American proletarian poet who was passionately engaged in the major issues of his time   learn more...

link to catalog page SINCLAIR, The Brass Check

The Brass Check

A Study of American Journalism

Author: Upton Sinclair
Pub Date: December 2003

Upton Sinclair wrote 92 books---but is called a two-book author. The first was The Jungle----The Brass Check is the second.   learn more...

link to catalog page NASH, Charles Johnson's Fiction Author: William R. Nash
Pub Date: January 2003

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link to catalog page CREAMER, Delia's Doctors; or, A Glance behind the Scenes Author: Hannah Gardner Creamer
Pub Date: October 2003

A lost 19th century novel focused on several women's issues, especially female health; with a fascinating overview of mid-nineteenth-century medical practices.   learn more...

link to catalog page, Author: Onoto Watanna
Pub Date: January 2003

Previously uncollected short stories and essays by the first fiction writer of Chinese ancestry to be published in the U.S.   learn more...

link to catalog page FERBER, Half Portions Author: Edna Ferber
Pub Date: January 2003

Collection of Ferber stories.   learn more...

link to catalog page AUSTIN, The Land of Journeys' Ending Author: Mary Austin
Pub Date: December 2003

With its indigenous peoples, whose life patterns and art forms reflected a long intimacy with the land, its permeable borderlands, its multiple languages and traditions, its long and complicated history of encounters between diverse peoples, its unique landscape and ecology, the Southwest offered, in Austin's view, a model for the future.   learn more...

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