2 edition of High lights in American literature and other selections found in the catalog.
High lights in American literature and other selections
Ola Pauline Srygley
|Statement||by Ola Pauline Srygley, Otsie Vernona Betts, Mattie M. Allison [and] Benjamin Ford Fronabarger.|
|Contributions||Betts, Otsie Vernona., Allison, Mattie M., Fronabarger, Benjamin Ford, 1893-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 801 p.|
|Number of Pages||801|
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Highlights of American Literature. Bode, Carl. Intended for high-intermediate/advanced level students of English as a foreign language, this book contains selections from the wide range of American literature, from its beginnings to the modern period. Each section begins with a general introduction to the literary period, and then presents essays about individual authors, selections from the author's Cited by: 9.
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