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American Fiction Since 1940 (Longman Literature in English Series) by Tony Hilfer
American Fiction, 1865-1940 (Longman Literature In English Series) by Brian Lee
American Literature Before 1880. (Longman Literature In English Series) by Robert Lawson-Peebles
American Poetry of the Twentieth Century (Longman Literature in English Series) by Richard J. Gray
Criticism and Literary Theory 1890 to the Present by Chris Baldick
The Eighteenth Century: Intellectual and Cultural Context of English Literature, 1700-89 (Longman Literature in English Series) by James Sambrook
English Drama Before Shakespeare (Longman Literature in English Series) by Peter Happe
English Drama of the Early Modern Period 1890-1940 by Jean Chothia
English Drama Since 1940 by David Ian Rabey
English Drama: Restoration and Eighteenth Century, 1660-1789 (Longman Literature in English) by Richard W. Bevis
English Drama: Shakespeare to the Restoration, 1590-1660 (Longman Literature in English Series) by Alexander Leggatt
English Fiction of the Early Modern Period, 1890-1940 (Longman Literature in English Series) by Douglas Hewitt
English fiction of the eighteenth century, 1700-1789 by Clive T. Probyn
English Fiction of the Romantic Period, 1789-1830 (Longman Literature In English Series) by Gary Kelly
English Fiction of the Victorian Period 1830-1890 (Longman Literature in English) by Michael Wheeler
English Literature Before Chaucer (Longman Literature in English Series) by Michael Swanton
English literature in the age of Chaucer by Dieter Mehl
English Medieval Romance (Longman Literature in English) by W. R. J. Barron
English Poetry of the Eighteenth Century, 1700-1789 by Professor David Fairer
English Poetry of the Romantic Period (Longman Literature in English Series) by J. R. Watson
English Poetry of the Seventeenth Century (Longman Literature in English Series) by George Parfitt
English Poetry of the Sixteenth Century by Gary Waller
English Poetry of the Victorian Period 1830-1890: Longman Literature in English Series (2nd Edition) by Bernard Richards
English Poetry Since 1940 (Longman Literature in English) by Neil Corcoran
English Prose of the 17th Century, 1590-1700 (Longman Literature in English Series) by Roger Pooley
Indian Literature in English by William Walsh
Irish Literature Since 1800 (Longman Literature in English Series) by Norman Vance
The Romantic Period: The Intellectual & Cultural Context of English Literature 1789-1830 (Longman Literature In English by Robin Jarvis
Scottish Literature Since 1707 (Longman Literature in English Series) by Marshall Walker
The Seventeenth Century, the Intellectual and Cultural Context of English Literature, 1603-1700 (Longman Literature in E by Graham Parry
Twentieth Century America: The Intellectual and Cultural Context (Longman Literature in English Series) by Douglas Tallack
The Victorian Period: The Intellectual and Cultural Context of English Literature, 1830-90 (Longman Literature in Englis by Robin Gilmour

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