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1. Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller, and Transcendentalism-David M. Robinson
2. Hawthorne- Andrew M. Smith and Elizabeth J. Wright
3. Melville-Dennis Berthold
4. Whitman and Dickinson-William Pannapacker and Paul Crumbley
5. Mark Twain- Alan Gribben
6. Henry James-Sarah B. Daugherty
7. Wharton and Cather-Carol J. Singley and Ann Moseley
8. Pound and Eliot-Alec Marsh and Elisabeth Däumer
9. Faulkner-Theresa M. Towner
10. Fitzgerald and Hemingway-Hilary K. Justice and Robert W. Trogdon
11. Literature to 1800-William J. Scheick
12. Early-19th-Century Literature-Kristin Boudreau
13. Late-19th-Century Literature-Nicolas S. Witschi
14. Fiction: 1900 to the 1930s-Donna M. Campbell
15. Fiction: The 1930s to the 1960s-Catherine Calloway
16. Fiction: The 1960s to the Present-Jerome Klinkowitz
17. Poetry: 1900 to the 1940s-Matthew Hofer
18. Poetry: The 1940s to the Present-Frank Kearful
19. Drama-Dorothy Chanksy
20. Scholarship in Languages Other Than English: French Contributions-Françoise Clary
21. Scholarship in Languages Other Than English: German Contributions-Thomas Austenfeld
22. Scholarship in Languages Other Than English: Italian Contributions- M. Giulia Fabi
23. Scholarship in Languages Other Than English: Scandinavian Contributions-Liz Kella and Lene M. Johannessen
24. Scholarship in Languages Other Than English: Spanish-Language Contributions-Antonio C. Márquez
25. General Reference Works-Gary Scharnhorst
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