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Right on : from blues to soul in black America by Michael Haralambos
The burden of time : the fugitives and agrarians; the Nashville groups of the 1920s and 1930s, and the writing of John Crowe Ransom, Allen Tate, and Robert Penn Warren, by John L. Stewart by John Lincoln. [from old catalog] Stewart
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Kansas populism; ideas and men by O. Gene Clanton
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About meI am an Honorary Research Fellow at Keele University and I am cataloging the David Bruce Centre Resources here at Keele.
About my libraryThe David Bruce Centre for American Studies possesses a substantial number of books and journals that we are intending to catalogue and make available via the David Bruce Website at Keele University. The books and resources will not available for loan but researchers will be able to arrange access to the Centre
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