Literary History

Some articles on literary history, literary, history:

The String Of Pearls - Literary History
... The String of Pearls A Romance was published in eighteen weekly parts, in Edward Lloyd's The People's Periodical and Family Library, issues 7-24, 21 November 1846 to 20 March 1847 ... It was probably written by James Malcolm Rymer and Thomas Peckett Prest, alternating between each part released ...
Library Of Congress Classification:Class P, Subclass PN -- General Literature - Contents
... Literary composition, etc. 241-241.5 Translating as a literary pursuit 441-1009.5 Literary history 451-497 Biography. 1110-1279 History and criticism ...
Mark Mc Gurl - Publications - Articles and Essays
... "Ordinary Doom Literary Studies in the Waste Land of the Present,"New Literary History," Fall 2010 ... M.F.A." American Literary History, Summer 2007 ... 'Literature' of ItHammett and High Culture." American Literary History, 9.4, Winter 1997, 702-717 ...

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