Marc Shell

Marc Shell is Irving Babbitt Professor of Comparative Literature and Professor of English at Harvard University.

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Cover: StutterStutterShell, MarcE-DITION01/30/2006$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Polio and Its Aftermath: The Paralysis of CulturePolio and Its Aftermath: The Paralysis of CultureShell, MarcHARDCOVER06/15/2005$37.00
Cover: American Babel: Literatures of the United States from Abnaki to ZuniAmerican Babel: Literatures of the United States from Abnaki to ZuniShell, MarcPAPERBACK09/23/2002$35.50Currently unavailable
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Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration, by Nicole R. Fleetwood, from Harvard University Press

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