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Nathalie Anderson, Professor

Anderson, N., Librettist. 2007. A Scandal in Bohemia, a Chamber Opera in Two Acts. Performed at Kimmel Center, Philadelphia, by Orchestra 2001.
Libretto based on the story by A. Conan Doyle.
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Anderson, N. 2006. Crawlers: Poems. Ashland, OH: Ashland Poetry Press, Ashland University.
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Anderson, N., Librettist. 2005. Babylon, a Composition for Chorus and Orchestra. Performed at Irvine Auditorium, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, by The Philadelphia Singers, March 8.
Libretto based on Psalm 137.
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Anderson, N. 2004. Squeeze. North American Review 289 (2): 6.
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Anderson, N., Librettist. 2001. Sukey in the Dark, a Chamber Opera in One Act. Performed at Lang Performing Arts Center, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA, by Orchestra 2001, October 27-28.
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Anderson, N., Librettist. 1998. The Black Swan, a Chamber Opera in Two Acts. Performed at Lang Performing Arts Center, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA, by Orchestra 2001, September.
Libretto based on the novella by T. Mann.
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Thomas H. Blackburn, Professor Emeritus

Blackburn, T. 2003. Review of Lectures of Shakespeare by W.H. Auden. Shakespeare Quarterly 54 (1): 111-114.
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Blackburn, T. 2001. Review of Futureland: Nine Stories of an Imminent World by W. Mosley. Time Out 12 .
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Blackburn, T. 2001. Review of Milton and the Death of Man: Humanism on Trial in "Paradise Lost" by H. Skulsky. Renaissance Quarterly 54 (3): 991-993.
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Blackburn, T. 2000. Teaching "Romeo and Juliet" with "Troilus and Cressida" and "Antony and Cleopatra". In Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare's , edited by M. Hunt, 85-90. New York: Modern Language Association.
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Elizabeth Bolton, Professor

Bolton, B. 2006. Review of Staging Governance: Theatrical Imperialism in London, 1770-1800 by D. O'Quinn. Comparative Drama 40 (2): 248-251.
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Bolton, B. 2005. Imperial Sensibilities, Colonial Ambivalence: Edmund Burke and Frances Burney. ELH 72 (4): 871-899.
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Bolton, B. 2001. Women, Nationalism, and the Romantic Stage: Theatre and Politics in Britain, 1780-1800. New York: Cambridge University Press.
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Bolton, B. 1998. Farce, Romance, Empire: Elizabeth Inchbald and Colonial Discourse. Eighteenth Century Theory and Interpretation 39 (1): 3-24.
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Rachel Sagner Buurma, Assistant Professor

Buurma, R.S., A. Tione Levine*, and R. Li*. 2012. Swarthmore College: The Early Novels Database and Undergraduate Research: A case study. In Past or Portal? Enhancing Undergraduate Learning through Special Collections and Archives, edited by E. Mitchell, P. Seiden, and S. Taraba. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.
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Buurma, R.S., and L. Heffernan. 2012. The Common Reader and the Archival Classroom: Disciplinary History for the Twenty-First Century. New Literary History 43 (18): 113-135.
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Buurma, R.S. 2009. Review of Commodity Culture in Dickens's "Household Words" by C. Waters. Review of English Studies 60 (246): 667-669.
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Buurma, R.S. 2008. Anonyma’s Authors. Studies in English Literature: 1500-1900 48 (4): 839-848.
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Buurma, R.S. 2008. Ephemeral Forms: E.S. Dallas, Novel Reading, and the Victorian Review. English Language Notes 46 (1): 119-125.
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Anthony Foy, Associate Professor

Foy, A. 2011. Review of Joe Louis's Talking Fists: The Auto/Biopolitics of my Life Story by J. Louis. American Literary History 23 (2): 311-336.
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Foy, A. 2005. Review of The Two Princes of Calabar: An Eighteenth-Century Atlantic Odyssey by R.J. Sparks. Biography 28 (2): 302-305.
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Gregory Frost, Visiting Instructor

Frost, G. 2008. Lord Tophet. New York: Del Rey Books.
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Frost, G. 2008. Shadowbridge. New York: Del Rey Books.
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Frost, G. 2005. Attack of the Jazz Giants and Other Stories. Urbana, IL: Golden Gryphon.
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Frost, G. 2002. Fitcher's Brides. New York: Tor.
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Jill Gladstein, Associate Professor and Director of the Writing Associates Program

Gladstein, J., and D. Regaignon. 2012. Writing Program Administration at Small Liberal Arts Colleges. Anderson, SC: Parlor.
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Gladstein, J., L. Lebduska, and D. Regaignon. 2009. Consortia as Sites of Inquiry: Steps toward a National Portrait of Writing Program Administration . WPA 32 (3): 13-36.
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Gladstein, J. 2008. Conducting Research in the Gray Space: How Writing Associates Negotiate between WAC and WID in an Introductory Biology Course. Across the Disciplines 5.
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Gladstein, J. 2007. Quietly Creating an Identity for a Writing Center. In Marginal Words, Marginal Work? Tutoring the Academy in the Work of Writing Centers, edited by W.J. Macauley, Jr., and N. Mauriello, 211-244. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton.
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Gladstein, J. 2001. Using Critical Questioning to Investigate Identity, Culture, and Difference. In Living (and Teaching) in an Unjust World: New Perspectives on Multicultural Education, edited by W. Goodman, 183-194: Heinemann.
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Nora Johnson, Professor

Johnson, N. 2003 . The Actor as Playwright in Early Modern Drama. New York: Cambridge University Press.
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Johnson, N. 1998. Review of The Oxford Shakespeare: The Winter's Tale edited by S. Orgel. Shakespeare Quarterly 49 (4): 432-434.
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Bakirathi Mani, Associate Professor

Mani, B. 2012. Review of Performing China: Virtue, Commerce, and Orientalism in Eighteenth-Century England, 1660-1760 by C. Yang. Amerasia Journal 38 (2): 174-176.
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Mani, B. 2012. Aspiring to Home: South Asians in America. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
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Mani, B. 2010. Viewing South Asia, Seeing America. Review of The Americans by G. Gill. American Quarterly 62 (1): 135-150.
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Mani, B., and L. Varadarajan. 2008. "The Largest Gathering of the Global Indian Family": Neoliberalism, Nationalism, and Diaspora at Pravasi Bharatiya Divas. Diaspora 14 (1): 45-74.
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Mani, B. 2007. Queer Desis, Straight Films: Representations of South Asian Americans On and Off-Screen. Subcontinental 3 (1): 1-12.
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Mani, B. 2006. Beauty Queens: Gender, Ethnicity, and Transnational Modernities at the Miss India USA Pageant. Positions 14 (3): 717-747.
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Mani, B. 2005. Review of Asian Diasporas: Cultures, Identities, Representations edited by R.B.H. Goh and S. Wong. Journal of Asian Studies 64 (4): 980-982.
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Mani, B. 2005. Review of The Most Beautiful Girl in the World: Beauty Pageants and National Identity by S. Banet-Weiser. Feminist Review 81 (1): 132-134.
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Mani, B. 2004. Review of Imagine Otherwise: On Asian Americanist Critique by K. Chuh. Amerasia Journal 30 (3): 105-107.
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Mani, B. 2003. Amitav Ghosh (1956- ). In South Asian Novelists in English: An A-to-Z Guide, edited by J.C. Sanga, 78-82. Westport, CT: Greenwood.
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Mani, B. 2003. Undressing the Diaspora. In South Asian Women in the Diaspora, edited by N. Puwar and P. Raghuram, 117-136. New York: Berg.
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Harold Pagliaro, Professor Emeritus

Pagliaro, H. 2004. Relations between the Sexes in the Plays of George Bernard Shaw. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen.
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Pagliaro, H. 2004 . Truncated Love in "Candida" and "Heartbreak House". SHAW 24: 204-214.
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Pagliaro, H. 1998. Henry Fielding: A Literary Life. New York: St. Martin's.
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Pagliaro, H. 1996. Naked Heart: A Soldier's Journey to the Front. Kirksville, MO: Thomas Jefferson University Press.
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Pagliaro, H. 1989. Teaching Blake's Psychology of Redemption in "Songs". In Approaches to Teaching Blakes , edited by R.F. Gleckner and M.L. Greenberg, 120-126. New York: Modern Language Association.
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Pagliaro, H. 1988. More on the Romantic Character: New Tracks on Old Trails. Presentation at Eighteenth-Century Seminar on European Culture, December, at Columbia University, New York.
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Pagliaro, H. 1987. Selfhood and Redemption in Blakes's Songs. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press.
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Pagliaro, H. 1984. Francois VI, Duc de la Rochefoucauld (1613-1680). In European Writers: The Age of Reason and Enlightenment, edited by G. Stade, 51-71: Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Pagliaro, H. 1982. Blake's Pastoral World of Life and Death. Presentation at MLA Annual Meeting, Late Eighteenth-Century English Literature Division, December.
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Pagliaro, H. 1982. Paradigms of Response to Death in Blake and Some Predecessors. Presentation at Eighteenth-Century Seminar on European Culture, April, at Columbia University, New York.
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Pagliaro, H. 1981. Blake's Self-Annihilation: Aspects of its Function in the "Songs", with a Glance at its History. English 30 (137): 117-146.
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Pagliaro, H. 1976. Das paradoxen bei La Rochefoucauld und einegen representativen englischen nachfolgern. In Der aphorismus, edited by G. Neumann, 305-350. Darmstadt, Germany: Wissenschaftl Buchgesellschaft.
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Pagliaro, H., Editor. 1972-1975. Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 2-4.
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Pagliaro, H. 1972. The Affective Question. Bucknell Review 20 (Spring): 3-20.
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Pagliaro, H. 1971. Structural Patterns of Control in "Rasselas". In English Writers of the Eighteenth Century, edited by J.H. Middendorf, 208-230. New York: Columbia University Press.
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Pagliaro, H. 1971. The Affective Question. Presentation at Midwest MLA Annual Meeting, Critical Theory Section, November.
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1969. Major English Writers of the Eighteenth Century. H. Pagliaro, ed. New York: Free Press.
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Pagliaro, H. 1964. Death and Transformation in English Romantic Poetry. Presentation at MLA Annual Meeting, English Romantic Period Division, December.
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Pagliaro, H. 1964. Paradox in the Aphorisms of La Rochefoucauld and some Representative English Followers. PMLA (March): 42-50.
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Fielding, H. 1963. The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon. H. Pagliaro, ed. New York: Nardon.
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Peter J. Schmidt, Professor

Schmidt, P. 2010. Review of Disturbing Calculations: The Economics of Identity in Postcolonial Southern Literature, 1912-2002 by M.R. Benson and The Real South: Southern Narrative in the Age of Cultural Reproduction by S. Romine. Southern Literary Journal 42 (2): 126-134.
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Schmidt, P. 2008. Sitting in Darkness: New South Fiction, Education, and the Rise of Jim Crow Colonialism, 1865-1920. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.
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Schmidt, P. 2005. Corra Harris' "The Recording Angel" (1912): Why is One of the Best Comic Novels between "Huckleberry Finn" and "As I Lay Dying" Out of Print?. Crossroads: 190-205.
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Schmidt, P. 2004. The Liberty Weathervane Points Left. Review of The Futures of American Studies edited by D.E. Pease and R. Wiegman. Mississippi Quarterly 57 (2): 313-327.
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Schmidt, P. 2004. Williams' Lyric "These": His Deepest Descent. In Rigor of Beauty: Essays in Commemoration of William Carlos Williams, edited by I. Copestake, 97-122. New York: Peter Lang.
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Schmidt, P. 2003. A New Study of Eudora Welty's Life and Work. Review of One Writer's Imagination: The Fiction of Eudora Welty by S. Marrs. Contemporary Literature 44 (2): 353-361.
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Schmidt, P. 2003. The "Raftsmen's Passage", Huck's Crisis of Whiteness, and "Huckleberry Finn" in U.S. Literary History. Arizona Quarterly 59 (2): 35-58.
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Schmidt, P. 2003. Walter Scott, Postcolonial Theory, and New South Literature. Mississippi Quarterly 56 (4): 545-554.
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Schmidt, P. 2002. Command Performances: Black Storytellers in Ruth McEnery Stuart's "Blink"(1893) and Charles W. Chesnutt's "The Dumb Witness" (1899). Southern Literary Journal 35 (1): 70-96.
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Schmidt, P. 2002. Seven Recent Commentaries on Mark Twain. Studies in the Novel 34 (4): 448-464.
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2000. Postcolonial Theory and the U.S.: Race, Ethnicity, and Literature. A. Singh and P. Schmidt, ed. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.
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Schmidt, P. 1999. Review of Race-Ing Representation: Voice, History, and Sexuality by K. Myrsiades and L. Myrsiades. College Literature 26 (2): 214-216.
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Eric Song, Assistant Professor

Song, E. 2010. The Country Estate and the Indies (East and West): The Shifting Scene of Eden in "Paradise Lost". Modern Philology 108 (2): 199-223.
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Philip M. Weinstein, Professor

Weinstein, P.M. 2011. More Human Trouble. Review of Freedom by J. Franzen. Sewanee Review 119 (3): xliv-xlvi.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2010. Becoming Faulkner: The Art and Life of William Faulkner. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2009. Modernism. In The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Literature, edited by R. Eldridge. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2007. "Make It New": Faulkner and Modernism. In A Companion to William Faulkner, edited by R. Moreland, 342-358. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2005. The Land's Turn. In Faulkner and the Ecology of the South: Faulkner and Yoknatawpha, 2003, edited by J.R. Urgo and A.J. Abadie, 15-29. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2005. Unknowing: The Work of Modernist Fiction. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2004. Can't Matter/Must Matter: Setting up the Loom in Faulknerian and Postcolonial Fiction. In Look Away!: The U.S. South in New World Studies, edited by D. Cohn and J. Smith, 355-382. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2002. Review of The Identifying Fictions of Toni Morrison: Modernist Authenticity and Postmodern Blackness by J.N. Duvall. African American Review 36 (1): 154-166.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2002. Musing on Invisibility: William Faulkner, Richard Wright, and Ralph Ellison. In Faulkner and Postmodernism: Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha , 1999, edited by J.N. Duvall and A.J. Abadie, 19-38. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2001. Review of But Now I See: The White Southern Racial Conversion Narrative by F. Hobson. Mississippi Quarterly 54 (2): 269-273.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2001. "No Longer at Ease Here": Faulkner in the New Millennium?. In Teaching Faulkner: Approaches and Methods, edited by S. Hahn and R.W. Hamblin, 19-30. Westport, CT: Greenwood.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2000. "A Sight-Draft Dated Yesterday": Faulkner's Uninsured Immortality. In Faulkner at 100: Retrospect and Prospect: Faulkner and Yoknapawpha, 1997, edited by D. Kartiganer and A.J. Abadie, 45-52. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.
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Weinstein, P.M. 2000. "Premature, Inconclusive and Inconcludable": Faulkner and Desire. In Etudes Faulknériennes II: Faulkner centenaire , edited by A. Bleikasten and N. Moulinoux, 83-90. Rennes, France: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
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Weinstein, P.M. 1996. For Gerty had her Dreams that No-One Knew of. In Joyce in the Hibernian Metropolis: Essays, edited by M. Beja and D. Norris, 115-121. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press.
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Weinstein, P.M. 1996. Mister: The Drama of Black Manhood in Faulkner and Morrison. In Faulkner and Gender: Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha, 1994, edited by D. Kartiganer and A.J. Abadie, 272-296. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.
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Weinstein, P.M. 1996. Teaching "The Sound and the Fury" in the Context of European Modernism. In Approaches to Teaching Faulkner's , edited by S. Hahn and A.F. Kinney, 108-113. New York: Modern Language Association.
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Weinstein, P.M. 1996. What Else but Love? The Ordeal of Race in Faulkner and Morrison. New York: Columbia University Press.
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1995. The Cambridge Companion to William Faulkner. P.M. Weinstein, ed. New York: Cambridge University Press.
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Weinstein, P.M. 1992. "He Come and Spoke for Me": Scripting Lucas Beauchamp's Three Lives. In Faulkner and the Short Story: Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha, 1990, edited by E. Harrington and A.J. Abadie, 229-252. Oxford, MS: University Press of Mississippi.
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Weinstein, P.M. 1992. A Round of Visits: James in the Company of some European Peers. In A Companion to James Studies, edited by D.M. Fogel, 235-264. Westport, CT: Greenwood.
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Weinstein, P.M. 1992. Faulkner's Subject: A Cosmos No One Owns . New York: Cambridge University Press.
Portions reprinted in: 1994. The Sound and the Fury: An Authoritative Text, Backgrounds and Contexts, Criticism, edited by D. Minter. New York: W.W. Norton.
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Weinstein, P.M. 1989. "Thinking I Was I Was Not Who Was Not Was Not Who": The Vertigo of Faulknerian Identity. In Faulkner and the Craft of Fiction: Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha, 1987, edited by D. Fowler and A.J. Abadie, 172-193. Oxford, MS: University Press of Mississippi.
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Weinstein, P.M. 1984. The Semantics of Desire: Changing Models of Identity from Dickens to Joyce. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Portions reprinted in: 1998. The Major Authors Edition of the New Moulton's Library of Literary Criticism: Victorian, edited by H. Bloom. New York: Chelsea House.
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Weinstein, P.M. 1978. Precarious Sanctuaries: Protection and Exposure in Faulkner's Fiction. Studies in American Fiction 6: 173-191.
Portions reprinted in: 1982. Twentieth-Century Interpretations of Faulkner's "Sanctuary": A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by J.D. Canfield, 129-133. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Reprinted in: 1995. Douze lectures de "Sanctuaire", edited by A. Bleikasten and N. Moulinoux, 67-82. Rennes, France: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
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Craig Williamson, Professor

Williamson, C., Translator. 2011. Beowulf and Other Old English Poems. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
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Williamson, C. 2005. The House on Harvard Avenue. American Bungalow 48 (Winter).
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Williamson, C. 1996. Beijing Mazeltov: Epithalamian for Elizabeth Cole, and Wang Wei Meets Joe Dimaggio. In The Philomathean Society Anthology of Poetry in Honor of Daniel Hoffman. Philadelphia: Philomathean Society of the University of Pennsylvania.
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Williamson, C. 1992. Elegy for James Rosier. Old English Newsletter 26 (1): 54-55.
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Williamson, C., Translator. 1982. A Feast of Creatures: Anglo-Saxon Riddle-Songs. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
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Williamson, C. 1982. Introduction, Notes and Commentary. In A Feast of Creatures: Anglo-Saxon Riddle-Songs. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
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1977. The Old English Riddles of the Exeter book. C. Williamson, ed. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
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Williamson, C. 1976. Introduction. In Selected Poems = Poésies Choisies. London: Rex Collings.
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Williamson, C., Translator. 1976. Selected Poems = Poésies Choisies by L.S. Senghor. London: Rex Collings.
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Williamson, C., and N. Adler, Illustrator. 1975. A Riddle-Song for Duke Ellington: A Poem-Poster. Part of the Poetry on the Buses program in Pittsburgh, PA, and in Philadelphia.
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Williamson, C. 1974. A Riddle-Song for Duke Ellington. College English 36 (1): 74.
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Williamson, C. 1974. Two Riddles. College English 35 (4): 468-469.
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