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Visual Elements of Landscape | Class And Civil Society: The Limits Of Marzian Critical Theory | Time : The Familiar Stranger | White Violence And Black Response: From Reconstruction To Montgomery | Unanticipated City : Loft Conversions in Lower Manhattan | Women And The Ideal Society: Platos Republic And Modern Myths Of Gender | Shakespeare and the Denial of Death | Black Yankees: The Development Of An Afro-American Subculture In Eighteenth-Century New England | Technologies Of The Self: A Seminar With Michel Foucault | Women Of Academe: Outsiders In The Sacred Grove | Managing American Wildlife : A History of the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies | Bitter Milk: Women And Teaching | Moneybags Must Be So Lucky: On The Literary Structure Of Capital | Moneybags Must Be So Lucky: On The Literary Structure Of Capital | VS Naipaul | Archibald Macleish: Reflections | Against Racism: Unpublished Essays, Papers, Addresses, 1887-1961 | As Others Read Us: International Perspectives On American Literature | Looking Backward, 1988-1888: Essays On Edward Bellamy | Breaking Boundaries: Latina Writing And Critical Readings | Good Deal: Selected Short Stories From The Massachusetts Review | Contemporary Literary Theory | Hermenuetics | Affirming Limits : Essays on Mortality, Choice, and Poetic Form | Desperate Politics Of Postmodernism | Sex In Middlesex: Popular Mores In A Massachusetts County | Tapestries Of Life: Womens Work, Womens Consciousness, And The Meaning Of Daily Experience | Interpretation Of Pictures | Black Presence In The Era Of The American Revolution | Red Cottage | Stolen Car : Poems | Far East Comes Near: Autobiographical Accounts Of Southeast Asian Students In America | When the Eiffel Tower Was New : French Visions of Progress at the Centennial of the Revolution | What Is Art History? | Healing Imagination of Olive Schreiner : Beyond South African Colonialism | Black Writers Redefine The Struggle: A Tribute To James Baldwin | Empathic Reader: A Study Of The Narcissistic Character And The Drama Of The Self | Henry James: The Writer And His Work | One Dark Mile : A Widower's Story | Afro-American Novel And Its Tradition | American Irish: A Political And Social Portrait | Renaissance Englishwoman in Print : Counterbalancing the Canon | French Philosophy Of The Sixties: An Essay On Antihumanism | Historical Atlas Of Massachusetts | First Language (Juniper Prize Winner, 1989) | Psychoanalysis And Social Theory: The Limits Of Sociology | Children And Play In The Holocaust: Games Amomg The Shadows | Exemplary Presidency: Franklin D. Roosevelt And The American Political Tradition | Seabrook Station: Citizen Politics And Nuclear Power | Last Generation: Work And Life In The Textile Mills Of Lowell, Massachusetts, 1910-1960 | Hidden Force | Rogues, Vagabonds, And Sturdy Beggars | American Poetry: The Puritans Through Walt Whitman | Modern American Poetry, 1865-1950 | Unity of the Odyssey | Sea Of Lentils | Rumor Of Revolt: The Great Negro Plot In Colonial New York | Lvov Ghetto Diary | Minimal Family | Environmental Policy In The Ussr | Quabbin: The Accidental Wilderness | Somoza Falling: A Case Study Of Washington At Work | Jacques Lacan | Writing War : Fiction, Gender, and Memory | As Seen By Both Sides: American And Vietnamese Artists Look At The War | Writing War: Fiction, Gender, And Memory | Witchcraft In England, 1558-1618 | Sea Of Lentils | Showing Our Colors: Afro-German Women Speak Out | Showing Our Colors: Afro-German Women Speak Out |



Visual Elements of Landscape





Class And Civil Society: The Limits Of Marzian Critical Theory





Time : The Familiar Stranger





White Violence And Black Response: From Reconstruction To Montgomery





Unanticipated City : Loft Conversions in Lower Manhattan





Women And The Ideal Society: Platos Republic And Modern Myths Of Gender





Shakespeare and the Denial of Death





Black Yankees: The Development Of An Afro-American Subculture In Eighteenth-Century New England





Technologies Of The Self: A Seminar With Michel Foucault





Women Of Academe: Outsiders In The Sacred Grove





Managing American Wildlife : A History of the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies





Bitter Milk: Women And Teaching





Moneybags Must Be So Lucky: On The Literary Structure Of Capital





Moneybags Must Be So Lucky: On The Literary Structure Of Capital





VS Naipaul





Archibald Macleish: Reflections





Against Racism: Unpublished Essays, Papers, Addresses, 1887-1961





As Others Read Us: International Perspectives On American Literature





Looking Backward, 1988-1888: Essays On Edward Bellamy





Breaking Boundaries: Latina Writing And Critical Readings





Good Deal: Selected Short Stories From The Massachusetts Review





Contemporary Literary Theory





Hermenuetics





Affirming Limits : Essays on Mortality, Choice, and Poetic Form





Desperate Politics Of Postmodernism





Sex In Middlesex: Popular Mores In A Massachusetts County





Tapestries Of Life: Womens Work, Womens Consciousness, And The Meaning Of Daily Experience





Interpretation Of Pictures





Black Presence In The Era Of The American Revolution





Red Cottage





Stolen Car : Poems





Far East Comes Near: Autobiographical Accounts Of Southeast Asian Students In America





When the Eiffel Tower Was New : French Visions of Progress at the Centennial of the Revolution





What Is Art History?





Healing Imagination of Olive Schreiner : Beyond South African Colonialism





Black Writers Redefine The Struggle: A Tribute To James Baldwin





Empathic Reader: A Study Of The Narcissistic Character And The Drama Of The Self





Henry James: The Writer And His Work





One Dark Mile : A Widower's Story





Afro-American Novel And Its Tradition





American Irish: A Political And Social Portrait





Renaissance Englishwoman in Print : Counterbalancing the Canon





French Philosophy Of The Sixties: An Essay On Antihumanism





Historical Atlas Of Massachusetts





First Language (Juniper Prize Winner, 1989)





Psychoanalysis And Social Theory: The Limits Of Sociology





Children And Play In The Holocaust: Games Amomg The Shadows





Exemplary Presidency: Franklin D. Roosevelt And The American Political Tradition





Seabrook Station: Citizen Politics And Nuclear Power





Last Generation: Work And Life In The Textile Mills Of Lowell, Massachusetts, 1910-1960





Hidden Force





Rogues, Vagabonds, And Sturdy Beggars





American Poetry: The Puritans Through Walt Whitman





Modern American Poetry, 1865-1950





Unity of the Odyssey





Sea Of Lentils





Rumor Of Revolt: The Great Negro Plot In Colonial New York





Lvov Ghetto Diary





Minimal Family





Environmental Policy In The Ussr





Quabbin: The Accidental Wilderness





Somoza Falling: A Case Study Of Washington At Work





Jacques Lacan





Writing War : Fiction, Gender, and Memory





As Seen By Both Sides: American And Vietnamese Artists Look At The War





Writing War: Fiction, Gender, And Memory





Witchcraft In England, 1558-1618





Sea Of Lentils





Showing Our Colors: Afro-German Women Speak Out





Showing Our Colors: Afro-German Women Speak Out







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