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The American heritage history of the writers' America

Author: Marshall B Davidson
Publisher: New York : American Heritage Pub. Co. ; distribution by McGraw-Hill, ©1973.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Davidson, Marshall B.
American heritage history of the writers' America.
New York, American Heritage Pub. Co.; distribution by McGraw-Hill [1973]
(OCoLC)654306615
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marshall B Davidson
ISBN: 007015435X 9780070154353 0070154368 9780070154360
OCLC Number: 753744
Notes: Half title: The writers' America.
Description: 403 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: Errands into the wilderness --
A pilgrim legend --
A coming of age --
A process of learning --
First fruits of independence --
Washington Irving's world --
New voices in the land --
The literature of photography --
Regions & realism --
Illustration unlimited --
Fresh starts --
The children's world --
Between wars --
Literature on stage --
The passing scene --
The art of literature.
Other Titles: Writers' America
American heritage.
Responsibility: by Marshall B. Davidson and the editors of American heritage.

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