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British Newspapers and Periodicals, 1641-1700
A companion volume to Wing's Short-Title Catalogue, this book provides the first comprehensive union list of all known British serials of the period. Each serial is listed alphabetically by first... more info

Editor(s): Carolyn W. Nelson, Matthew Seccombe

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The English Romantic Poets Collection
The English Romantic Poets Collection contains seven Approaches to Teaching volumes (click on each title to get book information). MLA members receive a 20% discount on Approaches collections.

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Teaching Women's Literature from a Regional Perspective
This collection of essays and materials aims to help teachers design courses in which students use out-of-print books, autobiographies, letters, diaries, memoirs, and oral testimonies by the women of their... more info

Editor(s): Leonore Hoffmann, Deborah Rosenfelt

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Victorian Periodicals
A Guide to Research (volume 2)
Essays on the interdisciplinary nature of periodicals research. ... more info

Editor(s): J. Don Vann, Rosemary T. VanArsdel

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Victorian Prose
A Guide to Research
Victorian nonfiction prose: the Carlyles, Thomas Babington Macaulay, John Henry Newman, John Stuart Mill, John Ruskin, Matthew Arnold, Walter Pater, the Oxford Movement: 1833–45, the critics, the unbelievers, and Victorian... more info

Editor(s): David J. DeLaura

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Women's Personal Narratives
Essays in Criticism and Pedagogy
Using autobiographical sources such as letters, diaries, and oral testimonies, the contributors to this volume suggest possibilities for approaching these materials as literature and introducing them into the classroom. ... more info

Editor(s): Leonore Hoffmann, Margo Culley

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Approaches to Teaching Coleridge's Poetry and Prose
Richard Matlak, the editor of this Approaches volume, depicts Coleridge as both a model student and an accomplished teacher. ... more info

Editor(s): Richard E. Matlak

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Approaches to Teaching the Works of Samuel Johnson
The works of Samuel Johnson--in particular, the famous Dictionary and the Lives of the Poets--have long held a central place in the English curriculum. ... more info

Editor(s): David R. Anderson, Gwin J. Kolb

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Approaches to Teaching Montaigne's Essays
Debated and discussed by countless writers and readers during the last four hundred years, Montaigne's Essays constitutes the first example of a major new literary genre and originates the moralist... more info

Editor(s): Patrick Henry

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Approaches to Teaching Thoreau's Walden and Other Works
In a recent survey of college teachers, Walden was mentioned more frequently than any other work as a text regularly included in nineteenth-century American literature courses. ... more info

Editor(s): Richard J. Schneider

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