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    Cover: Orations, Volume IIOrations, Volume IIAristides, Aelius
    Trapp, Michael
    HARDCOVER06/15/2021$28.00
    Cover: The Cambridge Songs (<i>Carmina Cantabrigiensia</i>)The Cambridge Songs (Carmina Cantabrigiensia)Ziolkowski, Jan M.HARDCOVER08/10/2021$30.00
    Cover: Eurasia without Borders: The Dream of a Leftist Literary Commons, 1919–1943Eurasia without Borders: The Dream of a Leftist Literary Commons, 1919–1943Clark, KaterinaHARDCOVER11/02/2021$49.95
    Cover: Wang Anshi and Song Poetic CultureWang Anshi and Song Poetic CultureYang, XiaoshanHARDCOVER11/16/2021$65.00
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    Venarde, Bruce L.
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    Cover: The Sound of Modern Polish Poetry: Performance and Recording after World War IIThe Sound of Modern Polish Poetry: Performance and Recording after World War IIKremer, AleksandraHARDCOVER12/07/2021$45.00
    Cover: Du Fu Transforms: Tradition and Ethics amid Societal CollapseDu Fu Transforms: Tradition and Ethics amid Societal CollapseBender, Lucas RamboHARDCOVER01/25/2022$65.00Not yet available
    Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 15: March 1801 – October 1804Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 15: March 1801 – October 1804Adams Family
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    Martin, Sara
    Minty, Christopher F.
    Millikan, Neal E.
    Fries, Gwen
    Norton, Amanda Mathews
    Georgini, Sara
    Barlow, R. M.
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    Cover: Being Property Once Myself: Blackness and the End of ManBeing Property Once Myself: Blackness and the End of ManBennett, JoshuaPAPERBACK02/08/2022$18.95Not yet available
    Cover: Demetrios of Scepsis and His Troikos Diakosmos: Ancient and Modern Readings of a Lost Contribution to Ancient ScholarshipDemetrios of Scepsis and His Troikos Diakosmos: Ancient and Modern Readings of a Lost Contribution to Ancient ScholarshipTrachsel, AlexandraPAPERBACK02/08/2022$24.95
    Cover: Burning the Books: A History of the Deliberate Destruction of KnowledgeBurning the Books: A History of the Deliberate Destruction of KnowledgeOvenden, RichardPAPERBACK04/05/2022$17.95Not yet available
    Cover: The Fairest of Them All: Snow White and 21 Tales of Mothers and DaughtersThe Fairest of Them All: Snow White and 21 Tales of Mothers and DaughtersTatar, MariaPAPERBACK04/05/2022$18.95Not yet available
    Cover: On Not Being Someone Else: Tales of Our Unled LivesOn Not Being Someone Else: Tales of Our Unled LivesMiller, Andrew H.PAPERBACK05/03/2022$18.95Not yet available
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