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D'Amore, Maura. Suburban Plots
Men at Home in Nineteenth-Century American Print Culture
D., Ramola. Temporary Lives
Dadie, Bernard Binlin. translated by Karen C. Hatch. introduction by Es'kia Mphahlele. The Black Cloth
A Collection of African Folktales
Dallmayr, Fred. Between Freiburg and Frankfurt
Toward a Critical Ontology
Daly, Christopher Covering America
A Narrative History of a Nation's Journalism
Daly, Christopher B. Covering America
A Narrative History of a Nation's Journalism
Daniel, Clare. Mediating Morality
The Politics of Teen Pregnancy in the Post-Welfare Era
Danly, Susan, ed. Language As Object
Emily Dickinson and Contemporary Art
Darraj, Susan Muaddi. A Curious Land
Stories from Home
Daum, P. A. translated by Elsje Sturtevant and Donald Sturtevant. edited by E. M. Beekman. Ups and Downs of Life in the Indies [node-title]
Davis, T. J. A Rumor of Revolt
The "Great Negro Plot" in Colonial New York
Day, Gordon M. edited by William Cowan and Michael K. Foster. In Search of New England's Native Past
Selected Essays by Gordon M. Day
de la Motte, Dean, and Jeannene M. Przyblyski, eds. Making the News
Modernity and the Mass Press in Nineteenth-Century France
de Nijs, E. Breton. translated by Donald Sturtevant and Elsje Sturtevant. introduction and notes by E. M. Beekman. Faded Portraits [node-title]
De Wolfe, Elizabeth, ed. Domestic Broils
Shakers, Antebellum Marriage, and the Narratives of Mary and Joseph Dyer
Deagon, Ann. Carbon 14 [node-title]
Dean, Janet Unconventional Politics
Nineteenth-Century Women Writers and U.S. Indian Policy
Dean, Robert D. Imperial Brotherhood
Gender and the Making of Cold War Foreign Policy
DeGraaf, Richard M., and Deborah D. Rudis. drawings by Abigail Rorer. Amphibians and Reptiles of New England
Habitats and Natural History
Delphy, Christine. translated by Diana Leonard. Close to Home
A Materialist Analysis of Women's Oppression