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  1. A Letter to RMMLA members
  2. Carol A. Martin
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  1. The Agave
  2. Laura Anna Stortoni
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  1. "To show scorn her own image": The Varieties of Education in The Taming of the Shrew
  2. Dennis S. Brooks
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  1. Caligula: Camus's Anti-Shaman
  2. Patricia Hopkins
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  1. Minding the Wheel: Representations of Women's Time in Victorian Narrative
  2. Elizabeth Campbell
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  1. Fictional Truth and the Prologue of the Heptaméron
  2. Sylvie L. F. Richards
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  1. Debris (Moab, Utah)
  2. Paul C. Brooke
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  1. Blow-Up, 1968
  2. Kathryn Hall
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  1. The Chinese Students Went Into the Iowa River
  2. Kathryn Hall
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  1. Dreaming Africa: Mary Kingsley and Writings on Africa, One Hundred Years Later
  2. Lonnie L. Willis
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  1. Lord Byron's Strength: Romantic Writing and Commercial Society by Jerome Christensen (review)
  2. Frank McConnell
  3. pp. 90-92
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  1. Into the Field: Sites of Composition Studies ed. by Anne Ruggles Gere (review)
  2. Driek Zirinsky
  3. pp. 92-95
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  1. Kinship and Polity in the Poema de Mio Cid by Michael Harney (review)
  2. Francisco J. Sánchez
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  1. Telling Time: Levi-Strauss, Ford, Lessing, Benjamin, de Man, Wordsworth, Rilke by Carol Jacobs (review)
  2. S. Kehde
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  1. Confronting Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire: Essays in Critical Pluralism ed. by Philip C. Kolin (review)
  2. Karen Foster
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  1. The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, Book III, The Psychoses, 1955-1956 by Jacques Lacan (review)
  2. Tamise Van Pelt
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  1. Rimbaud's Theatre of the Self by James Lawler (review)
  2. M. E. Kronegger
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  1. From Margins to Mainstream: Feminism and Fictional Modes in Italian Women's Writing, 1968-1990 by Carol Lazzaro-Weis (review)
  2. Cinzia Donatelli Noble
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  1. Visions of Presence in Modern American Poetry by Nathan A. Scott, Jr. (review)
  2. Martin Bucco
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  1. Writer's Northwest Handbook: The Market Guide to the Pacific Northwest ed. by Linny Stovall and Dennis Stovall (review)
  2. William Studebaker
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