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1. Emerson, Thoreau, and Transcendentalism-Wendell Glick
2. Hawthorne-J. Donald Crowley
3. Poe-Donald B. Stauffer
4. Melville-Hershel Parker
5. Whitman and Dickinson-Marvin Fisher and Willis J. Buckingham
6. Mark Twain-Louis J. Budd
7. Henry James-William T. Stafford
8. Pound and Eliot-Stuart Y. McDougal
9. Faulkner-Panthea Reid Broughton
10. Fitzgerald and Hemingway-Jackson R. Bryer
11. Literature to 1800-Robert D. Arner
12. 19th-Century Literature-Warren French
13. Fiction: 1900 to the 1930s-David Stouck
14. Fiction: The 1930s to the 1950s-Margaret Anne O’Connor
15. Fiction: The 1950s to the Present-James H. Justus
16. Poetry: 1900 to the 1930s-Richard Crowder
17. Poetry: The1930s to the Present-Linda Welshimer Wagner
18. Drama-Winifred Frazer
19. Black Literature-Charles Nilon
20. Themes, Topics, and Criticism-Michael J. Hoffman
21. Foreign Scholarship-Jean Rivière, Hans Galinsky, Rolando Anzilotti, Keiko Beppu, Rolf Lundén
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