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Baker, David Weil. Divulging Utopia
Radical Humanism in Sixteenth-Century England
Baker, James W. Thanksgiving
The Biography of an American Holiday
Banish, Roslyn. introduction by Paul A. Volberding. Focus On Living
Portraits of Americans with HIV and AIDS
Banks Findly, Ellison. introduction by Glenn D. Lowry. From the Courts of India:
Indian Miniatures in the Collection of the Worcestor Art Museum
Barber, Shelley, ed. preface by Robert K. O'Neill. The Prendergast Letters
Correspondence from Famine-Era Ireland, 1840–1850
Barbour, Reid. English Epicures and Stoics
Ancient Legacies in Early Stuart Culture
Barcellos, Anthony. Land of Milk and Money
A Novel
Barnard, Ellsworth. illustrated by Charles H. Joslin. In a Wild Place
A Natural History of High Ledges
Barnett, Ursula A. A Vision of Order
A Study of Black South African Literature in English (1914-1980)
Barnhisel, Greg, and Catherine Turner, eds. Pressing the Fight
Print, Propaganda, and the Cold War
Barnhisel, Gregory. James Laughlin, New Directions Press, and the Remaking of Ezra Pound [node-title]
Baron, Sabrina Alcorn, Eric N. Lindquist, and Eleanor F. Shevlin, eds. Agent of Change
Print Culture Studies after Elizabeth L. Eisenstein
Barrett, Faith. To Fight Aloud Is Very Brave
American Poetry and the Civil War
Barrett, Faith., and Cristanne Miller, eds. "Words for the Hour"
A New Anthology of American Civil War Poetry
Barrow, Clyde W., ed. Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture in Massachusetts
Barton, Andrew M., Alan S. White, and Charles V. Cogbill. The Changing Nature of the Maine Woods
Bass, Thomas A. The Spy Who Loved Us
The Vietnam War and Pham Xuan An's Dangerous Game
Bass, Thomas A. Censorship in Vietnam
Brave New World
Bastos, Cristiana, ed. Parts of Asia
Baszak, Mark, ed. photographs by Edward Cohen. Such Sweet Thunder
Views on Black American Music