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1. Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller, and Transcendentalism-David M. Robinson
2. Hawthorne-Frederick Newberry
3. Poe-Benjamin Franklin Fisher IV
4. Melville-John Wenke
5. Whitman and Dickinson-John Carlos Rowe
6. Mark Twain-Robert Sattelmeyer
7. Henry James-Richard A. Hocks
8. Pound and Eliot-George Kearns and Cleo McNelly Kearns
9. Faulkner-M. Thomas Inge
10. Fitzgerald and Hemingway-Susan F. Beegel
11. Literature to 1800-William J. Scheik
12. 19th-Century Literature-Gary Scharnhorst
13. Fiction: 1900 to the 1930s-Jo Ann Middleton
14. Fiction: The 1930s to the 1960s-Charlotte Hadella
15. Fiction: The 1960s to the Present-Jerome Klinkowitz
16. Poetry: 1900 to the 1940s-Lee Bartlett
17. Poetry: The 1940s to the Present-Richard J. Calhoun
18. Drama-Peter A. Davis
19. Themes, Topics, Criticism-Michael Fischer
20. Foreign Scholarship-Michel Gresset, Massimo Bacigalupo, Hiroko Sato, Jan Nordby Gretlund, Elisabeth Herion-Sarafidis, Hans Skei
21. General Reference Works-Louis Owens
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