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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: The Classical TraditionThe Classical TraditionGrafton, Anthony
Most, Glenn W.
Settis, Salvatore
PAPERBACK05/06/2013$32.50
Cover: The Classical TraditionThe Classical TraditionGrafton, Anthony
Most, Glenn W.
Settis, Salvatore
HARDCOVER10/25/2010$79.95
Cover: A New Literary History of AmericaA New Literary History of AmericaMarcus, Greil
Sollors, Werner
HARDCOVER09/23/2009$51.50
Cover: A New Literary History of AmericaA New Literary History of AmericaMarcus, Greil
Sollors, Werner
PAPERBACK05/07/2012$30.00
Cover: Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic GroupsHarvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic GroupsThernstrom, Stephan
Orlov, Ann
Handlin, Oscar
HARDCOVER10/10/1980$230.50
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