Werner Sollors

Werner Sollors is Henry B. and Anne M. Cabot Professor of English Literature and Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Pudd’nhead WilsonPudd’nhead WilsonTwain, MarkPAPERBACK02/09/2015$8.00
Cover: The Temptation of Despair: Tales of the 1940sThe Temptation of Despair: Tales of the 1940sSollors, WernerHARDCOVER04/28/2014$35.00
Cover: A New Literary History of AmericaA New Literary History of AmericaMarcus, Greil
Sollors, Werner
PAPERBACK05/07/2012$29.00
Cover: A New Literary History of AmericaA New Literary History of AmericaMarcus, Greil
Sollors, Werner
HARDCOVER09/23/2009$51.50
Cover: Ethnic ModernismEthnic ModernismSollors, WernerPAPERBACK11/30/2008$26.00
Cover: Neither Black nor White yet Both: Thematic Explorations of Interracial LiteratureNeither Black nor White yet Both: Thematic Explorations of Interracial LiteratureSollors, WernerPAPERBACK10/15/1999$38.00
Cover: Black Columbiad: Defining Moments in African American Literature and CultureBlack Columbiad: Defining Moments in African American Literature and CultureSollors, Werner
Diedrich, Maria
PAPERBACK02/07/1995$17.95Currently unavailable
Cover: The Return of Thematic CriticismThe Return of Thematic CriticismSollors, WernerPAPERBACK01/01/1993$33.50
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