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Cover: Track Changes: A Literary History of Word ProcessingTrack Changes: A Literary History of Word ProcessingKirschenbaum, Matthew G.HARDCOVER05/02/2016$29.95
Cover: Becoming Dickens: The Invention of a NovelistBecoming Dickens: The Invention of a NovelistDouglas-Fairhurst, RobertPAPERBACK05/13/2013$19.00
Cover: Tiger Writing: Art, Culture, and the Interdependent SelfTiger Writing: Art, Culture, and the Interdependent SelfJen, GishHARDCOVER03/25/2013$18.95
Cover: Many Subtle Channels: In Praise of Potential LiteratureMany Subtle Channels: In Praise of Potential LiteratureLevin Becker, DanielHARDCOVER04/30/2012$27.95
Cover: Stylish Academic WritingStylish Academic WritingSword, HelenHARDCOVER04/02/2012$24.00
Cover: Voice and Vision: A Guide to Writing History and Other Serious NonfictionVoice and Vision: A Guide to Writing History and Other Serious NonfictionPyne, Stephen J.PAPERBACK05/31/2011$23.00
Cover: Confessions of a Young NovelistConfessions of a Young NovelistEco, UmbertoHARDCOVER04/25/2011$18.95
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