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Nineteenth Century American Literature : Texts, Contexts, Connections. / Hughes, Rowland.

1st ed. Longman, 2011. 376 p. (York Notes Companions).

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Hughes, R. (2011). Nineteenth Century American Literature: Texts, Contexts, Connections. (1st ed.) (York Notes Companions). Longman.

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Hughes R. Nineteenth Century American Literature: Texts, Contexts, Connections. 1st ed. Longman, 2011. 376 p. (York Notes Companions).

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Hughes, Rowland. / Nineteenth Century American Literature : Texts, Contexts, Connections. 1st ed. Longman, 2011. 376 p. (York Notes Companions).

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