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Cover: In Her Own Words: The Life and Poetry of Aelia EudociaIn Her Own Words: The Life and Poetry of Aelia EudociaSowers, Brian P.PAPERBACK01/26/2021$24.95
Cover: The Red Brush: Writing Women of Imperial ChinaThe Red Brush: Writing Women of Imperial ChinaIdema, Wilt L.
Grant, Beata
PAPERBACK10/25/2004$40.00
Cover: Elizabeth Bishop: Questions of MasteryElizabeth Bishop: Questions of MasteryCostello, BonniePAPERBACK03/15/1993$33.00
Cover: Emily Dickinson: Selected LettersEmily Dickinson: Selected LettersDickinson, Emily
Johnson, Thomas H.
PAPERBACK03/15/1986$36.50
Cover: The Manuscript Books of Emily Dickinson: A Facsimile EditionThe Manuscript Books of Emily Dickinson: A Facsimile EditionDickinson, Emily
Franklin, R. W.
HARDCOVER12/22/1981$294.00
Cover: George Eliot and the Novel of VocationGeorge Eliot and the Novel of VocationMintz, AlanE-DITION05/22/1978$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: The Poems of Emily Dickinson: Including Variant Readings Critically Compared with All Known ManuscriptsThe Poems of Emily Dickinson: Including Variant Readings Critically Compared with All Known ManuscriptsDickinson, Emily
Johnson, Thomas H.
HARDCOVER12/01/1955$115.00Currently unavailable
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