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American Literature in Transition

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 November 2018

Ichiro Takayoshi
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Tufts University, Massachusetts
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Print publication year: 2018

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American Literature in Transition, 1910–1920 edited by Van Wienen, Mark W.CrossRef
American Literature in Transition, 1920–1930 edited by Takayoshi, IchiroCrossRef
American Literature in Transition, 1930–1940 edited by Takayoshi, IchiroCrossRef
American Literature in Transition, 1940–1950 edited by Vials, ChristopherCrossRef
American Literature in Transition, 1950–1960 edited by Belletto, StevenCrossRef
American Literature in Transition, 1960–1970 edited by Wyatt, DavidCrossRef
American Literature in Transition, 1970–1980 edited by Curnutt, KirkCrossRef
American Literature in Transition, 1980–1990 edited by Miller, D. QuentinCrossRef
American Literature in Transition, 1990–2000 edited by Burn, Stephen J.CrossRef
American Literature in Transition, 2000–2010 edited by Smith, Rachel Greenwald

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